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January 31, 2023

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After scoring successes with representation elections conducted under the protective oversight of the California Agricultural Labor Relations Board, the United Farm Workers of America officially ends its historic table grape, lettuce, and wine boycotts. ~ DC Labor

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As Teamsters Push Better Deal, UPS Touts Pay, Career Development
Posted On: Jan 19, 2023
Jan. 19, 2023 | UPS NEGOTIATIONS | As it faces criticism from the Teamsters union ahead of what are expected to be tough labor contract talks this year, UPS issued a jobs report Wednesday touting its wages, and ways workers can build a career within the company. Negotiations between the International Brotherhood of Teamsters union and Sandy Springs-based UPS, which start in February, will be one of the most closely watched of 2023. Teamsters-represented workers at UPS total about two-thirds of UPS’s employees, and unions have felt emboldened coming out of the worst of the pandemic as companies struggle to attract and retain workers. Teamsters union general president Sean O’Brien has pledged to take “a hard line” with UPS in negotiations to reduce subcontracting, increase part-time pay and improve other conditions for workers. Atlanta Journal-Constitution  Related: Highlights of the UPS Jobs and Opportunity Report here
 
 
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