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UPS Freight Teamsters Ratify LBFO

UPS FREIGHT TEAMSTERS RATIFY COMPANY’S FINAL CONTRACT OFFER The Union will Ensure Company Compliance with Agreement Terms – Workers at UPS Freight represented by the Teamsters Union have ratified a new five-year agreement that was the company’s last, best and final offer, averting a national strike.

Daughter of 492 Teamster Scholarship Recipient

Congratulations to Alyssa Chacon, daughter of 492 Teamster Andrew Chacon (LANS) for being selected as a $1,000.00 James R. Hoffa Memorial Scholarship recipient in the 2018 scholarship for high school seniors.
Download: 2018 Hoffa Scholarship.pdf

Netflix Buys First Studio in ABQ

Netflix is making Albuquerque its home away from home. The entertainment giant has purchased Albuquerque Studios and will make it a production hub over the next year. Mayor Tim Keller said, “There will be 1,000 jobs per year, which is the largest Albuquerque-based jobs program that we can think of.

UPS & UPSF Vote Results (Oct 5, 2018)

UPS National Master and Supplements Since the announcement that a tentative agreement had been reached with UPS, the National Negotiating Committee (NNC) has provided members with an unprecedented number of leaflets and summaries explaining the terms of the proposed contract.

Great Turnout for NM Teamster Appreciation Day 2018

Record for Member Attendance at NM Teamster Appreciation Day 2018  Over 500 people came to the 2018 New Mexico Teamsters Appreciation Day on Saturday Sept 22nd which included reaching an all-time high this year for the amount of active 492 Members attending.

UPS TA Informational Flyers/Posters

Below are New Posters you can click on to download or enlarge.

NM Teamster Appreciation Day 2018

To speed up the registration process, you can fill out the registration form by downloading here, filling out and print, then bring it with you on Saturday.
Download: NMTAD2018RegistrationFormONLINE.pdf

ABF Contract Fully Ratified

The last supplement to the ABF NMFA has now been ratified. Consequently, the new collective bargaining agreement has been approved and will take effect. Pay increases will be retroactive to July 1, 2018 as per the new agreement. It is our understanding that the Company will actually implement the new agreement on Sunday, July 29.


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  • Teamsters understand the value in union membership. Higher pay, better benefits, and a greater voice in the workplace are standards set by union members that won’t be given up without a fight, even after the Supreme Court’s decision in the “Janus v. AFSCME” case.

    While it is true that this ruling may create temporary roadblocks, public employees throughout the United States need to remain unified. We cannot allow the progress working people have made in union to be slowed down because of lawsuits that disregard the value of public employees.

    The Janus decision came about because anti-employee forces spent millions of dollars on lobbying and court challenges for over 40 years. Attacks from these outside groups, backed by secret donors, seek to eliminate the freedom of public employees to negotiate with their employer over the value of their work.

    Many Teamster members around the country have held conversations with their co-workers about the impact of the Supreme Court decision to reinforce the value of remaining unified. Whether at the worksite or at the ballot box, members are fighting back against these attacks.

    Public sector Teamsters have made it their career to serve their country and community, and any attempt to take away their freedom to join together is an attack on those who are the foundation of America.

    Our middle class was built by everyday working people, standing together in union. The Teamsters honor that history by continuing the fight to give working people the promise of the American dream.

    That won’t end with the Janus decision. The Teamsters will continue to organize, mobilize, and do whatever is necessary to achieve prosperity through collective action.

  • This Web page provides the latest updates for the national contract, riders and supplements that cover about 3,500 Teamsters at DHL Express.

  • We Are eXPOsing XPO’s Global Greed

    XPO Logistics is a top ten global logistics and transportation company with annual revenue of $15 billion and 89,000 employees, another 10,000 workers classified as independent contractors, and thousands more working for firms that subcontract with XPO. We are the REAL workers at XPO Logistics worldwide exposing the truth about the company’s global greed, illegal wage theft, unsafe conditions, and abhorrent and vicious anti-worker, anti-union tactics. 

    This greed includes mistreating former Con-way Freight workers in the United States who are being kept in the dark about terminal closures and layoffs, and the company’s illegal refusal to bargain contracts and denying their workers’ federally protected right to organize. It also includes port, rail and last-mile drivers around the country and in Southern California fighting wage theft in excess of $200 million because they are misclassified as independent contractors and denied the right to form their union. This greed has caused numerous lawsuits and strikes.  Greed also means an unsafe workplace and mistreating its warehouse employees.

    XPO’s greed extends to Europe beginning with breaking its promise to not layoff any workers for at least 18 months. French workers and the unions have been fighting back against XPO’s disrespect, lies and attempts to slash jobs. Similar struggles are taking place in Great Britain, Spain, Belgium, the Netherlands, and across Europe.

    Join the worldwide struggle now! Get involved with this campaign by joining the Facebook group “XPO Exposed.”

    Together, we can eXPOse the company’s global greed and win fairness, respect and dignity for tens of thousands of XPO employees around the world!

  • This page provides the latest contract information to the 7,500 Teamsters—drivers, dockworkers and office staff—employed by ABF Freight System, Inc.

  • The Teamsters Military Assistance Program (TMAP) assists Active Duty Service members that are transitioning, Veterans and Military spouses with job opportunities with responsible employers.

  • Workers’ pensions are being endangered by both Congress and those charged with overseeing them. The Teamsters and our members are standing united to say “No!” to cuts and “Yes!” to greater retirement security!

  • The ‘Let’s Get America Working!’ campaign seeks to restore a dynamic and prosperous middle class to drive economic growth by helping to advance policy decisions that create and maintain good middle-income jobs, guarantee retirement security, expand access to the American Dream, and ensure that the benefits of the ongoing economic recovery are felt by the many, not just the few.

  • This webpage provides information on the Teamsters Union’s legislative advocacy at both the federal and state level as well as our field activity to support those policy positions and to get strong labor candidates elected to office.  Among other resources, you will find our federal legislative scorecard, formal statements of policy position and communications to Capitol Hill,  a weekly update on federal legislative happenings, an overview of bills we are tracking at the state level, and quick links to take action on priority issues.

  • This web page provides information on the ongoing effort to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Since 1994, NAFTA has devastated working families, putting corporate profits ahead of people.  What’s worse is that NAFTA has become the blueprint for all other trade agreements, from the way that it was negotiated in secret, to the bad provisions that have made their way into every agreement that has been signed since then.  Now, NAFTA is being renegotiated and we demand that it be reframed to work for workers instead of corporate interests.

  • The Teamsters have stood in solidarity with worker struggles in other countries since our founding. With economic globalization, our ability to organize increasingly depends on our ability to build alliances with workers on a global scale.
    More than ever, Teamsters are organizing and bargaining with multi-national companies. A key objective of our Global Strategies Campaign is to build strong alliances with unions around the globe who organize and bargain with common employers. Our focus is on workers in the emerging global supply chains – the infrastructure of globalization.
    Globalization creates new opportunities for international worker solidarity. We seek common cause with workers around the world to build social justice for all workers and the communities in which they live.

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Walter R. Maestas

Brother Walter Maestas (505-344-1925 ext. 13) is the Principal Officer of Teamsters 492 and also the BA for ABF & YRC.

Brother Walter R. Maestas is a proud second generation Teamster as his father, Herman (“Apple”), worked for 32 years as a Teamster for the following companies; Navajo Freight Lines/ABF as a Dock/PUD employee, P.I.E. as an OTR driver and commencing in 1982 with Yellow Freight Lines, once again as an OTR driver where he retired in 1999. 

Walter began his Teamster career at Yellow Freight Systems, Inc. in Albuquerque, NM in April, 1977.  Brother Maestas was affected by a Change of Operations in 1980 when Yellow Freight chose to move their operation, and split their breakbulk in the West between Barstow, California and Phoenix, Arizona.  As Brother Maestas lacked being a successful bidder moving to Phoenix by two (2) slots and also not electing to move to Barstow he was placed on lay-off status and he began working at both ABF and Roadway as a casual in early March, 1980.  Walter was hired at ABF in 1980 and then while on lay-off status in approximately 1982 began to once again work on day to day recall at Yellow as the company started to use some of their laid-off people.  During that time frame he also worked at Systems 99 as an OTR driver and also at CF in the Dock & PUD operation.  Sometime that year he was affected by a Change of Operations once again as ABF purchased East Texas Motor Freight, and those ETMF employees dovetailed into the Albuquerque ABF facility.  After being recalled to full time status at ABF sometime in 1982, Walter was elected Steward for the Dock and PUD - a position he held until approximately 1994.

Brother Maestas became a Business Agent for Teamsters Local 492 in August, 1996.  He initially handled the miscellaneous contracts until September 1997, and then began representing the Freight Industry.  Walter has been an Executive Board member of Teamsters Local 492 since 2000, first serving as Recording Secretary from 2000 until he was appointed to the position of President upon the retirement of Brother Pete Castanuela.  Upon the retirement of principle officer Robert "Bob" Younger on July 31, 2007 he was appointed to his current position of Secretary-Treasurer and was re-elected in 2008, 2011, 2014 and 2017. Brother Maestas also currently serves as the Business Agent for the Freight Division.  

Walter has participated as a Union committee member for the Freight Grievance Hearings (1st level) since 1999.  In the year 2000, he was appointed to the job of Recording Secretary for both the PUD and OTR Committees at JWAC (2nd Level).  In 2001 he became a sitting panel member for both the PUD and OTR committees at those second level Freight Hearings.  Walter was appointed as Chairman of the OTR committee in 2007 by the Western Freight Director, Robert "Bob" Paffenroth.  Upon the request of Brother Paffenroth and also National Freight Director, Tyson Johnson, Brother Maestas was appointed to the National Grievance Committee by General President James P. Hoffa around the same time frame, and serves in that capacity as of today.  

In addition, in 2002 Brother Maestas was appointed to the negotiating committee for the PUD/Dock/Office Negotiations for the 2003-2008 National Master Freight Agreement with regards to the Western Supplement.  The negotiations that occurred in 2007 for the 2008-2013 agreement, Brother Maestas participated as a committee member for both the Western States Area Supplemental Agreement and also the National Master Freight Agreement.  As the National negotiations commenced for the ABF National Agreement sometime in early 2013, Brother Maestas was appointed by assistant Freight Director Gordon Sweeton to Chair the negotiations for the Western Supplement. 

Upon the retirement of Bob Younger, Brother Maestas also filled the vacated Joint Council #3 position representing the state of New Mexico as a Trustee then became the Recording Secretary then the Vice-President and today currently serves as Secretary-Treasurer of Joint Council #3.  That appointment led to Joint Council #3 President, Steve Vairma, having Brother Maestas as the representative for Joint Council #3 to the Western Teamsters Welfare Trust (WTWT) as a Union Trustee.

He also serves as the Union Chair to the Western Conference of Teamsters Supplemental Pension Fund.  In June of 2011, Walter served as a delegate to the IBT Convention representing Joint Council #3 and served on the Rules Committee.

In March of 2017, Walter was appointed as the Secretary-Treasurer of our Joint Council #3 and was also appointed as a Union Trustee to the WCT Pension Fund.

In September of 2017, Hoffa appointed Walter to serve as a member of the National Negotiating Subcommittee as well as the Western Region Supplement to negotiate with ABF.

Regional and National Highlights Summary:

  • Union Chairman at the Multi-State Grievance Panel
  • Over-The-Road Union Chairman for the 13 Western States (JWAC)
  • Recording Secretary for both the PUD and OTR Committees at JWAC
  • Western Representative to National Grievance Committee for the Freight Industry
  • Union Trustee for the Western Teamsters Welfare Trust H & W Plan
  • Union Trustee for the Western Conference of Teamsters Pension Fund.
  • Union Chairman for the Western Conference of Teamsters Supplemental Pension Fund
  • Trustee, Recording Secretary, Vice-President and now Secretary-Treasurer of the Teamsters Joint Council #3 Executive Board
  • Has participated in the last four Freight contracts on both the National and Western levels
  • Chaired negotiations for Western Supplement for 2013- 2018 ABF National Agreement
  • Involved in contract negations in conjunction with the NM Building Trades on behalf of LANS Teamster employees  
  • Delegate to the 2006 IBT Convention representing Local 492
  • Delegate to the 2011 IBT Convention representing Joint Council #3 and served on the Rules Committee.
  • Delegate to the 2016 IBT Convention representing Local 492
  • National Negotiating Subcommittee as well as the Western Region Supplement to negotiate the ABF 2018 Contract.
  • National Negotiating Subcommittee to negotiate the YRC 2018 Contract. 




Phone:
505-344-1925 EX 13
President/Business Agent

Mike Butler

Brother Mike Butler (505-344-1925 ext. 16) is the BA for UPS in the Northern part of NM, the UPS Comanche Center as well as OMI/CH2M. 

Brother Butler began his Teamster career at Sysco in 1982 and was elected Steward 1986-2004. He became the 492 Business Agent for white paper contracts starrting in February 2004 until January 2005, when began representing UPS members at the Comanche Hub and the Northern half of the NM. Since July of 2015, he has also been the agent for OMI/CH2M.  

From 2007-June 2011, Mike served as Teamsters 492 Recording Secretary. In December 2011, Brother Butler was elected Vice-President where he served until June 2015, when he was appointed 492 President then elected in December 2017. He served as a 2016 IBT Convention 492 Delegate and was appointed to the Western and National Committee for the 2018 UPS negotiations. 




Phone:
505-344-1924 ex. 16
Vice President

Richard Martinez

Brother Richard Martinez started with UPS in 1992 in the Comanche hub. In 1998 he was promoted to a full time package car driver. In 2012 he became a feeder driver. He served as a Union Steward for 22 years. He was a trustee on the Teamsters Local 492 Executive Board from 2002 until October 8th, 2016 when he was appointed as Vice-President, then was elected Vice-President in December or 2017.  




Recording Secretary/Business Agent

Trey White

Brother Trey White (505-344-1925 ext. 15) is currently the 492 Organizer, Admin for both Websites (Teamsters492.org & Local492film.org), Negotiator for all Local Contracts, Event Coordinator, and he also handles all IT issues, Communications and Building/Property Maintenance. 

Brother Trey White has been a Union member for over 32 years, starting with the UFCW from February of 1986 until November of 1992. Trey joined the Teamsters union in April 1992 working for ABF and served as a steward/alternate steward from 2000 to until June of 2015 when Brother White accepted a Business Agent position at Teamsters Local 492.

In 2008, Trey was appointed as a Trustee on the Executive Board of Local 492 and subsequently elected Trustee in December of 2008. In June of 2011, Brother White was appointed as the Recording Secretary and currently serves in that capacity. In December of 2011 he was elected as the Recording Secretary for Teamsters Local 492, re-elected in 2014 and again in 2017.  

In October of 2009, Brother White finished creating our new Teamsters Local 492 website, Teamsters492.org and has been serving as the Webmaster and Website Administrator since then. He also has been serving as the website Admin for the Teamsters Film Industry hiring site local492film.org since July of 2015 which he has completely overhauled to create a functional Electronic Call Board System to better serve the 375 Movie Industry workers in NM. “Trey is a very strong advocate for communications and has brought this Local Union into the 21st century,” said Secretary-Treasurer, Walter R. Maestas. 

In 2010, Brother White was certified as a HMIT TASA Haz-Mat Instructor by the IBT and also completed the Haz-Mat Transportation and Security Awareness course. In 2018, he was certified as an OSHA 10/30 Instructor and an Instructor with the IBT Worker Training Program. Trey will begin teaching free classes to the 492 members in 2019.  

In 2013, Brother White served on the 2-man committee in Chicago, representing the Teamster Local 492 ABF members for the ABF 2013-2018 ABF National Master Freight Agreement. In 2018, Brother White again served on the 2-man committee in Chicago, representing the Teamster Local 492 ABF members for the ABF 2018-2023 ABF National Master Freight Agreement.  

In 2016, Trey served as a Delegate to the 2016 IBT Convention representing Local 492. In December of 2016, Brother White and fellow BA Melissa Malcom began updating/remodeling the Union Hall, volunteering their own time, using weekends, holidays and after hours to get the work done. So far they have updated 3 offices, 4 bathrooms, the entryway, and done many other repairs to the building. By doing a lot of this work themselves, they have saved thousands of dollars of the Union members funds for other things like purchasing new chairs, tables and the large tent for the annual NM Membership Appreciation Day, which they also volunteer their personal time to help organize and run each year.    

In October of 2017, Brother White began serving as the Teamsters Local 492 Organizer. If you work for an employer whose workers are not part of a union and you want to help to build a union in your workplace, please call Union Organizer Trey White. You can read more about unions, what it takes to organize, and why to go Union HERE.




Phone:
505-344-1925 Ex 15
Trustee

Andrew L. Palmer

Brother Andrew Palmer started at UPS Parcel in February of 1993 at the Albuquerque Hub as a part timer. He was promoted to a UPS driver in July of 2000.

Brother Palmer began serving as a Union Steward in 1997 for UPS Hub day sort. Since 2006 to-date he has served as an Alternate Steward. In June 2011, he was appointed Local 492 Executive Board Trustee, then elected in December of 2011, re-elected in 2014 and 2017. 




Trustee

Joseph Carrillo

Brother Joseph Carrillo started his Teamster career at ABF in 2007 where he says he began to understand what it meant to be a member of the Teamsters. Joseph realized a new found appreciation for the Union while working as a non-union fuel hauler which began in 2008 after he was laid off from ABF, he then became more active with the Union after his layoff ended in 2011. Brother Carrillo stated, “The non-union Company (Western Refining) that I worked for during my layoff, solidified for me the need for a Union.” Upon his return to ABF after being recalled, he joined the Local 492 Teamster organizing team in the effort to organize Western Refining and had the great pleasure of teaching them the value of coming together to form a Union.

In 2013, Brother Carrillo got involved with the Annual NM Teamster Appreciation Day Event and worked his way up to chairman of the committee for the event and has been serving in that capacity since. Joseph is a true leader; he and his team of volunteers have revolutionized the annual event, from a small get together, to the huge production it is today. “I'm glad to have been there to see the event grow from about 150 people in 2013 to almost 600 members and their families in 2016,” said Joseph. Brother Carrillo volunteers countless hours of his own time organizing NMTAD each year and continues to improve it. Next time you see him, thank Brother Joseph Carrillo for his selfless dedication to your Union!

In March of 2014, Joseph began serving as an Alternate Steward, and serves in that capacity to this day. In 2015, Brother Carrillo joined the fight against the anti-union legislation, so called “right to work” (RTW) that was being pushed by our New Mexico Governor. Joseph spent two and a half months educating our fellow 492 brother and sister 492 members about RTW and worked with the many other Union crafts in NM to also educate the New Mexico legislators on the pitfalls of RTW, which was successfully squashed.  

On October 8th, 2016, Brother Carrillo was appointed to the Teamsters Local 492 Executive Board as a Trustee and was elected 492 Trustee in December of 2017. “I am very proud to have been given the opportunity to be a representative of the New Mexico Teamsters in our strong Local 492!” - Joseph Carrillo 10-8-16




Trustee

Aaron Powell

Brother Powell is a 2nd generation Teamster, his father is now retired and enjoying a Western Conference Pension. Aaron joined the Teamsters in 1998 at Foster Farms dairy in Modesto California. Brother Powell then moved out to New Mexico in 2005 and rejoined the Teamsters working for OMI (CH2M Hill) project in Rio Rancho in 2006 where he began serving in the Steward position in April of 2010 and still serves in that capacity today. Aaron was appointed as a Trustee on the Teamsters Local 492 E-Board in February of 2017 and was then elected Trustee in December of 2017. Brother Powell also served on the Teamsters negotiating committee in the spring of 2017 during contract negotiations with OMI/CH2M Hill. 




Business Agent

Kenny Duran

Brother Kenny Duran (505-344-1925 ext. 19) is the BA for UPS in Southern NM, UPS Aspen & Gateway Centers as well as Los Alamos Labs. 

Brother Duran started his Union career with UPS on February 7, 1991 as a pre-loader/un-loader, then full-time package car driver on September 17, 1991 in the Espanola Center, until it was shut down in 2003. He then followed his work to UPS Taos where he began serving as a Union Steward from 2003-2008. In January 2009, he became a UPS Business Agent at Teamsters Local 492.  




Phone:
505-344-1925 EX 19
Business Agent

Melissa Malcom

Sister Melissa Malcom (505-344-1925 ext. 14) is the BA for the Movie Industry.

Sister Malcom has been a Local 492 Teamster in the Movie Industry since 2004, wrangling horses, driving 18 wheelers, stake beds and even the big movie stars as a Cast Driver. Sister Malcom comes from a family of Teamsters including her Dad, Uncle, and cousins. Melissa served as a Union Steward on movie productions and also served on 3 separate committees in 2015-2016 for the movie industry. In June of 2015, Sister Malcom was appointed as a Trustee on the Teamsters Local 492 Executive Board. Melissa is the first woman to serve on the Executive Board for Teamsters Local 492. In 2015, 2017 and again in 2018, she represented Local 492 at the Teamsters Women's Conference. In January of 2017, Sister Malcom started as the 492 Business Agent for the Movie Industry. 

In December of 2016, Sister Melissa Malcom and fellow BA Trey White began updating/remodeling the Union Hall, volunteering their own time, using weekends, holidays and after hours to get the work done. So far they have updated 3 offices, 4 bathrooms, the entryway, and done many other repairs to the building. By doing a lot of this work themselves, they have saved thousands of dollars of the Union members funds for other things like purchasing new chairs, tables and the large tent for the annual NM Membership Appreciation Day, which they also volunteer their personal time to help organize and run each year. Melissa also often volunteers her weekends to come in for functions like OSHA & forklift classes, and be there when plumbers and other people come to work on the Union building on weekends. Thank her for her selfless dedication to the Union the next time you see her!!!

In June of 2017 Sister Malcom volunteered her personal time to organize and conduct the first ever Teamsters Local 492 Film Division Equipment Training Class at Santa Fe Studios over a hot weekend. She did this to help Movie Teamster drivers learn more about some of the common equipment operated by Teamsters in the NM Film industry. With hands on training, the 31 participants spent about 7 hours learning how to operate Honeywagons, Water Trucks, and Landalls. To learn more about all the improvements to the 492 Film Division made in her first few years, Click Here

In August of 2017, Sister Malcom was chosen by the NM Film Commission to serve on the Union Panel at the NM Film & Media Industry Conference.




Phone:
505-344-1925 ex 14
Business Agent

Tracy McCarty

Brother Tracy McCarty (505-344-1925 ext. 18) is the Political Coordinator and BA for the most white paper contracts including American Airlines, AmeriPride Linen, Chiulista Services, Creamland Dairies, Data Monitor Systems, Estancia Valley Solid Waste Authority, First Impressions, Franklin Earth Moving, Greetings Etc Inc., Hertz, NCRTD Blue Bus, Penske, Sara Lee Thrift Stores, Sysco, Team One CS and UPS Freight. 

Brother Tracy McCarty started his Teamster career as a dock and P/D driver in 1988 at Yellow Freight. Tracy then transferred to line haul in 1989 and was elected OTR Steward in 2013 and he served in that capacity as Steward until 2015. Brother McCarty then accepted a position as a line driver at ABF where soon after he began serving as an Alternate Steward. Brother McCarty became a Business Agent in August 2017 and took over the white paper contracts. 




Bookkeeper/ Secretary

Darlene Archuleta

Darlene Archuleta (505-344-1925 ext. 12) is the bookkeeper who handles Dues, Health Insurance, & Pension. 

Sister Darlene Archuleta started with ICX in 1980 as a Rate/Billing Clerk until they filed bankruptcy in 1984. Darlene then worked part-time at PIE until they filed bankruptcy. In August 2006, Robert D. Younger hired her to work at Teamsters Local 492 as the bookkeeper. In 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018 she represented Local 492 at the Teamsters Women's Conference.




Phone:
505-344-1925 EX 12

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