UFCW Members:Gubernatorial Forum
Where do the 2018 Gubernatorial Candidates stand on the issues that matter to you? Join us to find out!
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.
Throughout the month of February in celebration of Black History Month, the UFCW family has been paying tribute to African American activists and leaders of both the past and present who have contributed to the labor movement, as well as to the civil rights and social justice movements.
Every year in February, we take part in celebrating Black History Month. Throughout the next four weeks, we will highlight and celebrate the rich history of African Americans, the achievements of the civil rights movement, and the impact that various civil rights leaders, labor leaders, and union members have had on the fight for civil and labor rights throughout history, and today. (more…)
The highlighted article depicts another reason unions matter. When grocery workers are organized, we advocate for food safety standards and training and blow the whistle on unsafe food handling without fear of getting fired.
Listen to UFCW Western States Council Executive Director Jim Araby’s interview on 89.3 FM with KPCC. Jim highlights issues in the cannabis adult use industry such as consumer and worker safety as well as regulation and transparency. “We want to ensure that there is a well-regulated market,” said Araby (more…)