While the new labor contract at UPS (NYSE:UPS) is expected to pass the vote on June 22, in the video below, Fool analyst Blake Bos tells investors that they will want to watch that vote very carefully. A strike back in 1997 cost UPS $650 million in lost business, and any such similar disruption now could be a catastrophe and a huge win for competitor FedEx (NYSE:FDX). Blake describes the relationship between management and workers at UPS, and tells investors some of the key labor challenges that the company will face going forward.
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