DHL Ordered to Stop Interfering in Ohio

An NLRB Administrative Law Judge has ruled that DHL Express of Wilmington, OH, is guilty of the unfair labor practice charges lodged against the global-delivery company by the APWU late last year.

Preserve Private-Sector Jobs in Southern Ohio

An APWU drive to organize several hundred workers at DHL’s ABX “hub” in southwestern Ohio has shifted gears: The APWU is now at the forefront of a community-based campaign to try to preserve approximately 7,000 jobs.

Two Wins, One Loss In Private-Sector Campaigns

APWU members ratified a “first contract” in late May for approximately 120 workers at the Cincinnati Mail Transportation Equipment Service Center. The workers at the private-sector MTESC operation are getting their first raise in six years.

Organizing at DHL Subsidiary: Activists In It for the Long Haul

APWU representatives and activist workers at ABX Air, a subsidiary of DHL, are settling in for a long campaign to organize approximately 3,000 ground workers at the global delivery company’s Wilmington, OH, plant.

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