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United Parcel Services America (UPS) on Labor Negotiations

I need assistance finding an article related to Labor Negotiations including the union actions that can be expected to occur following a union campaign and election as well as what occurs during bargaining sessions. The article should also discuss how grievances are addressed. After finding articles, can you assist with writing a quality 2-3 page paper, summarizing the article as well as an opinion of it?

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Suggested articles that you can find useful:

The Teamster' UPS Strike of 1997: Building a New Labor Movement
By Matt Witt and Rand Wilson

The Fight at UPS: The Teamsters Victory and the Future of the "New Labor Movement"
by Dan La Botz

Suggested Summary:

United Parcel Service of America, Inc., (UPS) is a package delivery company with 6.1 million business clients scattered in over 200 countries in the world.

The company's workers are members of workers organization called Teamsters Union. It has 185,000 members.
In August 1997, the union called for a nationwide strike to demand for a decent working conditions and job security.

Among the legitimate demands are converting part-time jobs into full time.

For about two weeks, the strike concluded with the following settlement (La Botz, 2013):
- UPS agreed to create 10,000 new full-time jobs by combining existing, low-wage, part-time ...

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This solution suggests an article on the United Parcel Service of America, Inc. (UPS) with emphasis on its labor negotiations, campaign and elections, and bargaining sessions.