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Resources Meeting for Haggen Members

To find some of the resources available to you, click here. These will be updated as we get new information.

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A Small Group of Target Pharmacy Workers have Voted Unionize with the UFCW

Target has been around for more than 50 years. It has nearly 350,000 employees and 1,800 U.S. stores. Yet it has never had a union in any of those stores in its entire history. (As you might expect, that is because it is a voracious and committed

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Text “SAND” to 80888 to Help Laid-Off Haggen Workers

Donations of $10 may be sent to the United Way of San Diego County Labor Participation Emergency Assistance Fund by texting “SAND” to 80888. All contributions will be earmarked to provide support for laid-off Haggen workers.        

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Reminder: Resources Meeting for our Haggen Members

We realize this is a difficult time for our members working in the Haggen stores scheduled to close. While we address matters on our end, such as filing grievances; filing board charges, etc., we are not blind to the fact that our members have to survive and

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UFCW Local 135 has settled with Albertsons/Vons Re: Haggen Employees

UFCW Local 135 has settled with Albertsons/Vons Re: Haggen Employees. For details, click here: HaggenLetter

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Haggen Files Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW AS A UFCW, LOCAL 135 MEMBER We are very much aware that our members at Haggen are under even more stress due to the news that Haggen has filed bankruptcy, and rightly so. As a result, we thought it would be in our

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Haggen Files For Bankruptcy

Supermarket chain Haggen filed Tuesday for Chapter 11 bankruptcy after struggling for months with a huge expansion into new states including California. The Bellingham, Wash.-based grocer has been struggeling since buying 146 Albertsons, Vons, Pavilions and Safeway grocery stores, including 83 in California, mostly in the south. Albertsons

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Unionization Important to Closing Racial Wage Gap

A study released on Friday, noting the gains made by black union workers in New York City, said that raising the rate of unionization among black workers across the country would help narrow the racial pay gap. Read the article by clicking here.

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Rite Aid Negotiations To Continue Next Week

Rite Aid negotiations went late into the evening on Wednesday. Some progress was made, but not enough to consummate a deal. Negotiations will resume next week.

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Rite Aid Negotiations Resume Today

Rite Aid negotiations resume today. These negotiations will not conclude until our members receive a contract that they deserve.

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