- 23 October 2015
- Transport / Logistics Services
UPS Canada has reached a tentative agreement with the Canada Council of Teamsters on pay and conditions for around 7,000 of its workers.
Over five years the international delivery business has agreed a set of wage increases, better benefits for the union members the agreement covers, and enhancements to their pension plans.
The agreement is backdated to the 1st August this year and continues until the 31st July 2020.
UPS commented on the success of the negotiations, stating that the deal that was struck was good for both parties involves and now both sides can go back to doing what they do best – “providing our customers with the excellent service they have come to expect from UPS.”