UFCW Local 400 Applauds Governor Northam for Requiring Masks in Grocery Stores, But More Testing Must Be Priority
Requiring customers to wear masks is an important step, but access to testing is critical to ensuring frontline workers are safe on the job.
Volunteers sewed and donated masks to Local 400 members in Virginia to show their appreciation for workers on the frontlines.
Following a news exposé and public outcry on social media, Kroger backed down.
Under pressure over canceling hero pay, Kroger announced a new round of bonuses for store associates.
Grocery workers who live or work in DC can now get tested for Coronavirus for free.
The union is calling on the company to extend the bonus indefinitely until the end of this crisis for all Kroger associates continuing to work.
Both companies joined the union in calling for states to designate grocery workers as “first responders.”
The union championed a new law to protect workers facing mass layoffs in Maryland.
“Ben is willing to take a tough stand on the issues that matter most to our members.”
UFCW Local 400 and the City of Annapolis Agree to New Scheduling Rules for Annapolis Police Department
The innovative new schedule will help keep officers and the public safe.
The latest statewide order ignores public health officials and puts frontline workers at greater risk
After union intervention, Lipton agrees to pay workers for time spent in Coronavirus screenings.
UFCW Locals 400 & 27 Applaud Governor Hogan for Requiring Masks in Retail Establishments, But Testing Must Be Priority
Requiring customers and employees to wear masks is an important step, but access to testing is critical to ensuring frontline workers are safe on the job
Trio Healthcare has agreed to provide a temporary pay increase to our members working during this crisis.
Following a petition by workers, Lipton agreed to increase pay for employees working during the crisis.
With more than a dozen cases in Virginia grocery stores and food processing facilities, union demands immediate action to provide free testing to every food worker on the frontlines RICHMOND, VA (April 14, 2020) – Following more than a dozen confirmed cases of...
Union praises move as a “first step” but calls for more specific measures to be taken and for grocery workers to be designated ‘first responders’ to access free testing for COVID-19
Under pressure from the union, Kroger & Giant have agreed to place limits on customers in stores and other safety measures.
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.
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