Kaiser has agreed to provide enhanced sick leave policies and PPE for union members working during this crisis.
The union has called on every locality to restrict the number of customers in stores.
Mayor Bowser has no reason to delay providing access to testing for grocery store workers on the frontlines of this crisis.
Several councilmembers are calling on Mayor Bowser to declare grocery, pharmacy, and food processing workers as “first responders.”
With confirmed cases in DC stores, union calls for testing, treatment and protective equipment for grocery workers.
Our union has negotiated changes to our Health & Welfare plans to ensure all testing services related to COVID-19 are free at no cost to you.
UFCW Local 400 Applauds Governor Hogan for Classifying Grocery & Food Workers as “Essential” But More Should Be Done
Executive Order provides grocery and food distribution workers access to free child care services, but falls short of designating workers as “first responders”
Food workers, police and nurses are now eligible for free childcare services in Maryland.
CVS will pay bonuses and provide enhanced sick leave for our members working during this crisis.
Boar’s Head & Keurig Dr Pepper have agreed to enhanced pay and sick leave policies for union members working during this crisis.
Our up-to-date guide on enhanced pay and sick leave policies during this crisis.
While workers at other employers are facing lost hours and layoffs, union grocery stores are hiring.
Please know that your UFCW Local 400 family is here for you during these difficult and challenging times. You are not alone.
Under current law, you can take paid time off if you or a loved one get sick if you work in Maryland or Washington, D.C.
We are continuing to operate at 100% capacity while our physical offices are closed for safety. Our phone lines are open and staff are available during normal business hours.
UFCW Local 400 is calling on every employer represented by the union to provide enhanced sick leave policies amid the COVID-19 state of emergency.
All union membership meetings through April have been postponed until further notice due to the COVID19 crisis.
Three Local 400 members spent weeks lobbying Virginia legislators to increase the minimum wage – and it paid off.
Hours before a planned strike vote, Safeway workers and company reach deal to strengthen pay, protect healthcare and pension
Today, Giant workers represented by UFCW Local 400 voted to ratify a new union contract.
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