Atlanta-based shipping giant UPS is facing down what could be one of the largest labor strikes in U.S. history.  New, aggressive leadership from the International Brotherhood of Teamsters represent about 340,000 UPS employees, roughly half of the company’s workforce.  Grievances include the company’s two-tiered pay system (agreed to by previous union leadership) and vehicle fleet upgrades like A/C and heat shields.  UPS representatives are already working with union leaders to prevent a work stoppage, which would go into effect on August 1st.  The potential of a massive strike upending the nation’s supply lines has UPS DRIFTING…

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