Victory for all Overnite workers and Teamsters!

Discussion in 'UPS Freight' started by Flattop, Jun 28, 2006.

  1. steve5

    steve5 Active Member

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    You didn't see him comming, The Yankees lost.

    Just kidding JBG.
     
  2. browser321

    browser321 New Member

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    Yeah you're right, the IBT wasn't supposed to harass anyone till Indy has a contract. Sounds like someone's getting nervous at the IBT's main office.
     
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    hugnlug, You say this about the APWA, don't you think they would have to get a 51% vote from a terminal before they could sit down and negotiate with UPS? (not trying to be smart, just asking)
     
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    hugnlug Active Member

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    First of all, the card check wasn't implemented until an agreement between UPS and the IBT. After it was agreed upon under the "fair play" excercise, the card check was initiated. Which by the way was a success by more than 90%. I don't recall hearing or seeing anything about the APWA before this. If they were aggressive about getting our vote, don't you think they would have contacted UPS before the IBT?
     

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