If you are one of the millions of people in New York State that does some sort of online shopping there is good news for you.

It looks like your packages will be arriving on time.

UPS has announced that they come together with the teamster union that represents UPS workers on an agreement that will avoid a strike.

Many online retailers and shoppers were worried that a strike would affect delivery time and could cause issues with online buying.

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According to CNBC, the agreement calls for pay raises for both Full and Part-time workers.

Existing part-time workers will get a raise to at least $21 an hour, if workers approve the new contract, the union said. Part-time pay was a sticking point in negotiations. Full-time workers will average $49 an hour. Current workers will get $2.75 more an hour this year and $7.50 an hour more during the five-year contract.

The new deal will now be sent out to be approved by over 300,000 members of the union and if it is passed, it would prevent avoid a planned strike starting on July 31st.

If the new deal is not passed by workers, there is still a chance that a strike could happen.

The new deal is worth around $30 billion dollars.

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