How you benefit
You and your co-workers are the foundation of FedEx. You keep the business running – you keep it growing.
Isn’t it time you had a stronger voice in your future with FedEx Canada?
Over the last few years, many of you have talked with us about joining Teamsters Canada – about joining our union so that you can get the same kind of protection, benefits, security and voice that we have delivered for Purolator and UPS employees.
Everyone is negotiating a better deal right now… except you
Think about it. FedEx is out for the best deal for them. They negotiate with suppliers to get the lowest possible prices. They negotiate with customers to get the highest return they can for the services you deliver. And management negotiates with the company for rich compensation packages. Why shouldn’t you have the same right to negotiate with FedEx for the best deal for you and your family?
Right now, FedEx calls the shots. And you live with the consequences. You don’t need to look any further than what they’ve done with your pension plan for an example of the arbitrary power they wield. And they could make more cuts to your pay and benefits any time they want.
It just makes sense
Joining Teamsters Canada will help you and your co-workers take control of your futures with FedEx. Knowing when you can expect increases in wages, benefits and pensions. Knowing that seniority and full-time work count for something and are protected. Knowing you have security in the years ahead, free from one-sided decisions by management that take away your hard-earned benefits.
Take a look through the rest of this website. Ask us any questions you’d like on our Ask Away forum (anonymously so your privacy is fully protected), sign up for our email updates (again, we require only your email address) and come back to this website frequently to find out what’s going on. Then, if you decide that joining a union is a smart choice, simply visit our Sign A Card page to find out what to do next.
...Every aspect of your working life is covered, including safety, wages, benefits, pensions, seniority, schedules, dispute resolution, life insurance, clothing allowance and dozens of other issues. And before the company can change one thing, you have to agree to it.