In The Line Of Fire At The TeamstersAaron Bernstein
Back in the old days, contract talks between United Parcel Service Inc. and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters were predictable. Union bosses made noises about fighting valiantly for their members--and then cut deals with UPS, telling their 165,000 UPS members to swallow hard. But this time, reform-minded Teamsters President Ron Carey is leading his first go-round with the union's biggest employer. And he's having a heck of a fight getting more out of the company than his lackadaisical predecessors.
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