UPS Worker Files Federal Charge against Teamster Union for Ignoring His Rights Under Michigan's Right to Work Law 

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UPS Worker Files Federal Charge against Teamster Union for Ignoring His Rights Under Michigan's Right to Work Law

Teamster union officials stonewall worker's attempt to refrain from dues payments

Grand Rapids, MI (October 4, 2013) – A Wyoming, Michigan UPS (NYSE: UPS) worker has filed a federal charge against a local Teamster union for violating his rights.

With free legal assistance from National Right to Work Foundation staff attorneys, Gary Frost filed the unfair labor practice charge Tuesday with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).

Frost, who is not a member of the Teamster Local 406 union, had to pay union dues and fees as a condition of his employment before Michigan recently enacted a Right to Work law making union dues payments completely voluntary.

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