Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO

Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO Founded in 1885, the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO is the chartered Central Labor Council (CLC) of the AFL-CIO in Los Angeles County.

It is the second largest in the country, representing over 300 unions and over 800,000 workers. Founded in 1885, the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO is the chartered Central Labor Council (CLC) of the AFL-CIO in Los Angeles County and is the second largest in the country, representing over 300 unions and over 800,000 workers.

It is the second largest in the country, representing over 300 unions and over 800,000 workers. Founded in 1885, the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO is the chartered Central Labor Council (CLC) of the AFL-CIO in Los Angeles County and is the second largest in the country, representing over 300 unions and over 800,000 workers.

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07/13/2021

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Governor Gavin Newsom has brought us some of the strongest worker protections to build a more PRO-WORKER CA:✅Raising wor...
07/12/2021
GOVERNOR NEWSOM STANDS WITH WORKERS

Governor Gavin Newsom has brought us some of the strongest worker protections to build a more PRO-WORKER CA:

✅Raising worker pay
✅Fighting for paid sick leave & paid family leave
✅Strengthening workers’ rights to form and join unions
✅Increasing funding for schools

Say NO to anti-union Trump allies and NO on the recall. #ProtectOurProgress

Governor Newsom worked with unions to build the country’s strongest COVID -19 protections for essential workers. How Governor Newsom stands with workers:1  Strict enforcement of labor laws to protect workers Expanded COVID-related paid sick leave Signed legislation to keep workers safe and shut ...

07/09/2021
To: Andy Jassy, Amazon's New CEO

Earlier this week, Amazon ushered out Jeff Bezos and welcomed his replacement into the role of CEO: Andy Jassy.

This could be a turning point for Amazon (and its workers). We're calling on Andy Jassy to make it one for the better. #eyesonamazon #workshouldnthurt

In March 2020, the famed Chateau Marmont fired virtually its entire workforce. Workers who dedicated decades of their li...
07/07/2021

In March 2020, the famed Chateau Marmont fired virtually its entire workforce. Workers who dedicated decades of their lives to the hotel were left without job security or affordable healthcare in the middle of the pandemic. Stand with them, our union family from UNITE HERE Local 11, this Friday and find out more about their fight at www.BoycottChateauMarmont.org

In March 2020, the famed Chateau Marmont fired virtually its entire workforce. Workers who dedicated decades of their lives to the hotel were left without job security or affordable healthcare in the middle of the pandemic. Stand with them, our union family from UNITE HERE Local 11, this Friday and find out more about their fight at www.BoycottChateauMarmont.org

Please join in celebration of the remarkable life of Raul Romero on Thursday at Teamsters Local 396. RSVP with Nicole Ch...
07/07/2021

Please join in celebration of the remarkable life of Raul Romero on Thursday at Teamsters Local 396. RSVP with Nicole Chavez at 909-489-3602.

Please join in celebration of the remarkable life of Raul Romero on Thursday at Teamsters Local 396. RSVP with Nicole Chavez at 909-489-3602.

Happy 4th of July to our labor movement family! 🇺🇸
07/04/2021

Happy 4th of July to our labor movement family! 🇺🇸

Happy 4th of July to our labor movement family! 🇺🇸

07/03/2021

The pandemic has brought to light the countless issues impacting working families across our nation. We must center any reopnening around the needs of workers. It’s time for employers to do better.

“I think it was a big eye-opener for us,” said Luis Herrera, who worked in food service for more than a decade and was laid off in March 2020. Co-workers in the service industry, often mistreated and underpaid, felt that “enough is enough.”

Before the pandemic, Herrera said, he felt stuck in his job — with no overtime, no vacation, no health insurance — forever. In his time without work, he collected unemployment and completed his high school diploma online. Three months later, he got a job as a filing clerk at a community health nonprofit in Los Angeles, a position for which he was newly qualified.

The recall election date has been announced: September 14th. Governor Gavin Newsom consistently takes action on the toug...
07/02/2021
Newsom recall election set for Sept. 14

The recall election date has been announced: September 14th. Governor Gavin Newsom consistently takes action on the toughest issues faced by working people and their families. We resoundingly say NO ON THE RECALL and you can bet we're taking a stand. Stay tuned in the coming weeks for information on how you can get involved.

Prospective candidates have just over two weeks to decide whether to jump into an expected frenzied race to replace California Gov. Gavin Newsom.

Make sure you save the date for Union Night! ⚾️ 🏟
06/30/2021

Make sure you save the date for Union Night! ⚾️ 🏟

Union Night at Dodger Stadium is Back!

Join thousands of your union brothers and sisters from across the city as we root the World Series Champion Los Angeles Dodgers to victory. This summer celebration of solidarity at magnificent Dodger Stadium will feature a special pre-game tribute to labor with unions who purchase 50 or more tickets being honored on the field.

The Dodgers will be facing the New York Mets in a matchup of playoff contenders and your ticket includes a special Union Night t-shirt. Stick around after the game to witness a spectacular Friday night fireworks show.

“In California, a Teamster-backed bill, AB 701, is moving through the Legislature and would require warehouse employers ...
06/25/2021
Teamsters' push to organize Amazon: Will it work?

“In California, a Teamster-backed bill, AB 701, is moving through the Legislature and would require warehouse employers to disclose quotas for the pace of work to employees and state enforcement agencies. The bill would prohibit employers from counting time that workers spend complying with health and safety laws as “time off task.”...

...“There is something deeply wrong with allowing mega-corporations like Amazon and Walmart to push their workers to a literal breaking point, just so customers can get next-day delivery,” said Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez (D-San Diego), the bill’s sponsor.” (Margot Roosevelt, Los Angeles Times) #WorkShouldntHurt

The Teamsters, one of America's largest unions, votes to help organize Amazon warehouse and delivery workers in a nationwide effort.

06/25/2021
Labor’s Voice: LGBTQ+ Worker Rights

We are LIVE for Labor’s Voice: LGBTQ+ Worker Rights! Join us for an important discussion about advancing LGBTQ+ worker rights and our new report, in collaboration with the United Food and Commercial Workers OUTreach, on LGBTQ+ worker experiences. ✊
Tonight’s speakers include:

-Emmanuelle Lopez-Bastos, National Human Rights, Equity and Diversity Coordinator of UFCW Canada
-Janna Shadduck Hernandez, Project Director at the UCLA Labor Center
-Jean Tong, Union Representative at UFCW Local 770
-Michele Kessler, Secretary Treasurer of UFCW Local 1776 KS
-Shirley Hepditch, Member of UFCW Local 175 since 1999
-Moderator: Kent Wong, Director of the UCLA Labor Center

06/22/2021
“Alexa: Work Shouldn’t Hurt.”: Combating Amazon's Warehouse Injury Epidemic in CA

Today is Amazon Prime Day and we’re here with Amazon warehouse workers, labor and community leaders, and CA Assemblymember Lorena Gonzalez to discuss Amazon’s harmful business and workplace practices, how they’re affecting our communities across California, and what you can do to help change these conditions.

If you haven’t already, don’t forget to support Amazon warehouse workers across California today by signing the petition: https://bit.ly/supportAB701

(Para escuchar en Español llama a 605-313-4441 [Code: 696424])

Warehouse workers in California need more protections from dangerously high quotas and they need them NOW! Join us today...
06/21/2021
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Warehouse workers in California need more protections from dangerously high quotas and they need them NOW! Join us today, on #PrimeDay as we stand with warehouse workers at Amazon warehouses across the state. #WorkShouldntHurt

Sign the petition to pass #AB701 at www.bit.ly/supportAB701 and contact your state senator for support.

Today, on #PrimeDay, support Amazon warehouse workers by learning about what you can do to help prevent warehouse harm a...
06/21/2021
action.thelafed.org

Today, on #PrimeDay, support Amazon warehouse workers by learning about what you can do to help prevent warehouse harm and injuries in California. Hear from warehouse workers - first hand - at our virtual town hall today at 5pm. We’ll be joined by CA Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez and labor and community leaders to discuss Amazon's violent production standards and the policing of workers' breaks. Visit http://bit.ly/alexawsh to register. #WorkShouldntHurt #AB701

Happy Father’s Day to all the union, and future union, fathers working to build a better tomorrow for future generations...
06/20/2021

Happy Father’s Day to all the union, and future union, fathers working to build a better tomorrow for future generations. #UnionStrong

Happy Father’s Day to all the union, and future union, fathers working to build a better tomorrow for future generations. #UnionStrong

TOMORROW at 10 AM on #Juneteenth, the members of the L.A. Black Worker Center will be hosting a Black Worker Congress to...
06/18/2021
Welcome! You are invited to join a meeting: LA Black Worker Center's Juneteenth Black Worker Congress. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting.

TOMORROW at 10 AM on #Juneteenth, the members of the L.A. Black Worker Center will be hosting a Black Worker Congress to discuss hopes and concerns for Black Workers and to begin creating an agenda for #BlackWorkerJustice. Register to join!

Join us on Juneteenth for our Black Worker Congress. Saturday, June 19, 2021 | 10 AM - 12 PM You will receive your Zoom link by email upon registration below. Contact Us: 323-752-7287 or [email protected]

06/18/2021
United Against the Recall

California Latino Legislative Caucus, Los Angeles Local Officials Unite Against Recall of Governor Newsom

Rebuilding our world economies must be centered around the needs of workers. “Francis said efforts to rebuild economies ...
06/18/2021
Pope Francis champions right of workers to organize in unions

Rebuilding our world economies must be centered around the needs of workers.

“Francis said efforts to rebuild economies after Covid-19 setbacks must aim at a future with "decent and dignified working conditions," originating in collective bargaining. He called the "right to organize in unions" one of the fundamental protections for workers.

He lamented that many migrants and vulnerable workers are often excluded from national health plans.

During the pandemic, "this exclusion complicates early detection, testing, diagnosis, contact tracing and seeking medical care for Covid-19 for refugees and migrants, and thus increases the risk of outbreaks in these populations," Francis said.”

Francis said efforts to rebuild economies after Covid-19 setbacks must aim at a future with "decent and dignified working conditions."

06/16/2021

Today, June 15th is Justice for Janitors Day! We took to the streets the celebrate the incredible legacy of the Janitors strike over 30 years ago and to show the unwavering support of the LA Labor Movement.
“Hombro a hombro; shoulder to shoulder; hand to hand - Acuérdense de eso because that is what it will take to win y juntos vamos a ganar.” - Ron Herrera, President of the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor. #j4j

Racial Justice, the Pandemic, and the Working Class: A conversation with Dr. Barbara FerrerHosted by the Racial Justice ...
06/15/2021
Welcome! You are invited to join a meeting: Racial Justice, the Pandemic, and the Working Class: A conversation with Dr. Barbara Ferrer . After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting.

Racial Justice, the Pandemic, and the Working Class: A conversation with Dr. Barbara Ferrer

Hosted by the Racial Justice Committee of IBEW Local 11 RENEW Los Angeles

Racism is a public health issue - but what can we do to advocate for equitable healthcare access in our communities? Join us Tuesday, June 15 at 5:00 PM PST via Zoom for a conversation with Dr. Barbara Ferrer, where we will discuss the many ways race and healthcare intersect. As the Public Health Director of Los Angeles County, Dr. Ferrer led the county's response to the Covid-19 pandemic, and has made advancing health equity a priority for Public Health.

Racial Justice, the Pandemic, and the Working Class: A conversation with Dr. Barbara Ferrer Hosted by the Racial Justice Committee of IBEW Local 11 RENEW Los Angeles Racism is a public health issue - but what can we do to advocate for equitable healthcare access in our communities? Join us Tuesday,....

These heartbreaking stories are common from Amazon warehouse workers even in non peak times. Amazon workers are injured ...
06/14/2021
Hoisting heavy bins, racing the rush of orders, Amazon doesn’t keep employees like me safe

These heartbreaking stories are common from Amazon warehouse workers even in non peak times. Amazon workers are injured on the job at double the average rate of the general warehousing industry as a whole and triple the average rate across all private employers in 2018. #AB701 would help protect workers from inhumane quotas.

"The pain grew slowly at first in my back. By the time I stopped to take a breath, I looked down to realize my light gray T-shirt was now dark gray with sweat. Then, I noticed a mix of numbness and shooting pains spreading from my back to my neck and right arm. My supervisor told me to take some ibuprofen when I got home and put some ice on it.

I drove to work the next morning using only my left arm. Amazon moved me to light duty that day, screening workers for the coronavirus. But it hurt badly to use anything on my right side. Ice was not going to solve my problem: I went to the doctor and found out I had a newly herniated disc.

I had been training for a 5K and was in relatively good shape. While 10-hour days with just two 30-minute breaks were tough, I could get through it. That changed when the system broke down, and there were no procedures in place to keep me safe. The only rule that mattered was to keep the products moving."

Our mission is to keep the products moving. No wonder Amazon facilities have nearly twice the injury rate of the warehousing industry as a whole.

06/12/2021
Governor Gavin Newsom has brought us some of the strongest worker protections to build a more PRO-WORKER CA:✅Raising wor...
06/10/2021
GOVERNOR NEWSOM STANDS WITH WORKERS

Governor Gavin Newsom has brought us some of the strongest worker protections to build a more PRO-WORKER CA:

✅Raising worker pay
✅Fighting for paid sick leave & paid family leave
✅Strengthening workers’ rights to form and join unions
✅Increasing funding for schools

Say NO to anti-union Trump allies and NO on the recall. #ProtectOurProgress

Governor Newsom worked with unions to build the country’s strongest COVID -19 protections for essential workers. How Governor Newsom stands with workers:1  Strict enforcement of labor laws to protect workers Expanded COVID-related paid sick leave Signed legislation to keep workers safe and shut ...

Amazon workers are now assembling furniture with no training and no time. What could go wrong? #ProtectAmazonWorkers #AB...
06/08/2021
Amazon Furniture Assembly Service Adds New Chaos to Delivery Workers’ Lives

Amazon workers are now assembling furniture with no training and no time. What could go wrong? #ProtectAmazonWorkers #AB701

"It has been a f**king challenge. It always takes much longer than they allow for," an Amazon delivery driver in the Hampton Roads, Virginia metropolitan area told Motherboard. "The times they give feel completely random and way off. And there's been absolutely no training whatsoever. They just said you're going to do this."

Motherboard granted the driver anonymity because they feared retaliation from Amazon.
For example, Amazon allotted 11 minutes and 15 seconds for two drivers to transport a 59-part ottoman, made by Christopher Knight Home, to a customers' room of choice, unpack and assemble it, according to a schedule obtained by Motherboard. One of the drivers on this delivery said the whole process took 35 minutes, more than three times as long as Amazon had calculated. “

The company’s foray into furniture installation has already sparked ire among some drivers, who say they've been offered no training on how to assemble furniture.

Amazon's inhumane quotas are breaking the bodies of workers. #AB701 would help protect the over 250,000 warehouse worker...
06/07/2021
Amazon warehouse workers suffer serious injuries at higher rates than other firms

Amazon's inhumane quotas are breaking the bodies of workers. #AB701 would help protect the over 250,000 warehouse workers in CA from debilitates industries.

"New work-related injury data from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration showed those jobs can be more dangerous than at comparable warehouses. Since 2017, Amazon reported a higher rate of serious injury incidents that caused employees to miss work or be shifted to light-duty tasks than at other warehouse operators in retail.

In 2020, for every 200,000 hours worked at an Amazon warehouse in the United States — the equivalent of 100 employees working full time for a year — there were 5.9 serious incidents, according to the OSHA data. That’s nearly double the rate of non-Amazon warehouses. In comparison, Walmart, the largest private U.S. employer and one of Amazon’s competitors, reported 2.5 serious cases per 100 workers at its facilities in 2020."

New data that Amazon reports to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration shows injury rates that are nearly double those at warehouses run by other companies.

An amazing opportunity from our nonprofit partner Miguel Contreras Foundation for those pursuing post-secondary / contin...
06/04/2021

An amazing opportunity from our nonprofit partner Miguel Contreras Foundation for those pursuing post-secondary / continuing education. Please share widely!

MCF is excited to announce we are accepting applications for this year's scholarship awards. If you, or someone you know, may be interested see application info below:

#scholarships #ScholarshipsAvailable

A new report finds that Amazon workers sustained more than 24,000 serious injuries in 2020 alone. Corporations shouldn’t...
06/02/2021
End Amazon’s Epidemic of Workplace Injuries

A new report finds that Amazon workers sustained more than 24,000 serious injuries in 2020 alone.

Corporations shouldn’t be allowed to rake in record profits at the expense of its workers. Tell Amazon to take action to #ProtectAmazonWorkers now! bit.ly/protect-amazon-workers

Workers at Amazon facilities sustained more than 24,000 serious injuries in 2020, resulting in a serious injury rate nearly two times the non-Amazon warehousing and storage industry, a report released today by the Strategic Organizing Center (SOC) shows. The report, "Primed For Pain: Amazon's Epidem...

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Public employees in Los Angeles County (and everywhere else in California and the US) must take the lead and insist in all contract negotiations that every government workplace have charging stations for employees. Our future depends on moving away from fossil fuels now.
Research Opportunity for Survivors of Unwanted Sexual Experiences California State University-Northridge is conducting research with survivors of an unwanted sexual experience whose work or employment was (directly or indirectly) affected by the experience. This research will be used to better understand if and why an individual may tell someone at their place of employment about an unwanted sexual experience, and how this disclosure may affect their feelings about their workplace. Participating in this research study will help us to understand how places of employment can better support their employees who have had these types of experiences. If you have had an unwanted sexual experience since the age of 18, and are 18 years of age or older, we want to hear about your experience and your decision to disclose (or not) to someone in your workplace. If you told someone at work about this experience, we want to hear about the support you received and how this experience affected your feelings about your workplace. If you did not disclose to anyone in your workplace, we would like to hear about why you decided not to disclose. To thank you for your time, at the end of the survey you will be offered the opportunity to enter in a raffle to win one of twenty Visa gift cards in the amount of $25.00 each. Support service referrals will also be provided to participants. Please follow this link to participate in a 30-minute survey: https://uic.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9WtBCxi3wXJa70p Research participation is anonymous. We will not be collecting any information that can identify you. Feel free to share this post, but remember that you are doing so publicly. CSUN IRB Protocol #IRB-FY20-19. This research is being conducted at California State University-Northridge under the direction of Dr. Katherine Lorenz, Department of Criminology and Justice Studies, 18111 Nordhoff St., Northridge, CA. Office: 818-677-5192.
Join us tomorrow morning, Weds., September 30 at 9:00 AM, for a virtual reception with Assemblymember Ash Kalra (Chair, Labor & Employment Committee, CA Assembly), LA/OC Building & Construction Trades Council, Orange County Labor Federation, and UA Local 250 Steamfitters in support of Melissa Fox for California Assembly! https://www.facebook.com/events/331104004773944/
Join us tomorrow morning, Weds., September 30 at 9:00 AM, for a virtual reception with Assemblymember Ash Kalra (Chair, Labor & Employment Committee, CA Assembly), LA/OC Building & Construction Trades Council, Orange County Labor Federation, and UA Local 250 Steamfitters in support of Melissa Fox for California Assembly! https://www.facebook.com/events/331104004773944/
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Join us tomorrow, Mon. Sept 7 at 11 a.m. to celebrate Labor Day with Special guests Rusty Hicks, Ada Briceño and Gloria Alvarado! https://facebook.com/events/s/labor-day-celebration/313746483377224/?ti=icl
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