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Your Voice is Needed!Pharmacists & Technicians:
An upcoming legislative hearing in Sacramento will have a real impact on your working conditions. Our efforts will help make pharmacies a safer place to work.
Everyone deservesan affordable place to live.
UFCW is committed to fighting for affordable housing in California.
Voting and Elections
UFCW works with community organizations, employers, and elected leaders to achieve our shared goals.
The UFCW is the only union representing cannabis workers in California. We are committed to building a successful industry that offers consumers access to safe products and local communities jobs with better wages and benefits.
A Safe Food System
UFCW represents workers across the food supply chain. UFCW works hard at ensuring that the working conditions for workers in the food industry meet the highest standards of safety and that workers have the best available training to ensure that the businesses UFCW members work in produce the best products and consumers are ensured the highest quality. Workers’ rights in the food industry are directly tied to consumer safety.
Here is the latest argument to support AB-1461. It is about worker’s role in producing safe food and the consumers who eat it.
SEPTEMBER 07, 2017 11:00 AM
Without swift action, a growing part of California’s food supply will be left unsafe. That’s because meal-kit delivery startups are rapidly increasing in number and popularity and currently are exempt from the same safety standards that reduce the risk of illness from food purchased from restaurants or grocery stores.
The meaning of a union is to stand together. With Labor Day around the corner, it resonates that much more. UFCW has always responded in times of crisis. During Hurricane Katrina, UFCW members raised over $1 million. This is who we are as a union. And now we call on us again to stand in solidarity with our Sisters and Brothers affected by the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.
The category 4 hurricane hit Texas over the weekend with devastating effects. Over 15,000 UFCW Local 455 members and their families have been drastically affected, experienced loss or been displaced by the disaster. (more…)
It’s that time of year again! Join us to honor and celebrate the accomplishments of American workers at a location near you.
Find a Labor Day event near you!
Anaheim: Orange County Labor Federation Pre-Labor Day Celebration
Anderson (near Redding, CA) Five Counties Central Labor Council’s 32nd Annual Labor Day Picnic
Bakersfield: Kern-Inyo-Mono Central Labor Council Labor Day Pancake Breakfast
Benicia: Napa-Solano Central Labor Council & Ironworkers Local 378 Labor Day Breakfast (more…)