In a win against trumped up falsification charges, 22-year driver Morley Purvis won his job through the grievance panel—with three months full back-pay.
Protecting members from unfair discipline and enforcing workers’ rights are what our union is all about.
UPS fired Prescott Solomon after accusing him of stealing time.
Rafael Ruiz, a Brush Ave. package driver, completed his progression. But his pay did not match his seniority. Management ignored the problem. So did his former BA.
Pushed by Amazon and the explosion of e-Commerce, UPS will begin Sunday pick-up and delivery in January of next year.
Steward Tony Norberto flashes grievance checks that were distributed among members at Elmsford for supervisors working violations.
When management violated the contract by moving full-time 22.3 jobs from Melville to Nassau, Local 804 took action.
Local 804 safety committee members met for a training to share strategies on standing up for members’ safety at work.
Protect yourself when management gets on your truck, whether it’s a one-day production ride or a three-day OJS.
UPS Teamsters who have completed their progression will get a 75¢ wage increase on August 1.