UPS concedes defeat over part-time policy

Walsh, Jennie
August 1997
People Management;8/28/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 17, p19
Reports that United Parcel Service gave in to key demands from members of the Teamsters union in order to end the strike that affected its operations in the United States in 1999. Agreement for an increase in the number of full-time jobs and part-time pay; Dispute on the use of part-time workers by UPS; Support from civil rights leader Jesse Jackson for the strikers; Comments from Ron Carey, general president of the union, on the strike.


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