Interested in organizing your workplace?
The first step is to contact Local 1994 Organizing Coordinator Doug Menapace (301-977-2447) for more information. All forms of communication with Doug are completely confidential!
Not all public employees have been granted collective bargaining rights - check with your local legislature to see if you are allowed to unionize.
UFCW Organizing Center
Forming a union at your workplace is the most important way to raise the working and living standards of workers.
You Are the Union
In the United Food and Commercial Workers, you are the union. You come together with your coworkers; you select your bargaining team; you determine the working conditions and concerns that will be bargained in a contract; you recommend your Shop Stewards; you will be part of a larger movement to improve the lives of working men and women in your workplace and ultimately in youreir communities.
The more workers join together for the good of all, the more management listens to what they have to say. In Union there is strength. Without a union you have only a few rights such as minimum wage, overtime after 40 hours and unemployment insurance. With a union, you enjoy numerous other benefits guaranteed in a union contract, such as:
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