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.

THIS WEEK: Vaccine distributionSign up for our upcoming COVID-19 Vaccine distrbutions at the LA Fed. Children ages 12-15...
05/12/2021

THIS WEEK: Vaccine distribution

Sign up for our upcoming COVID-19 Vaccine distrbutions at the LA Fed. Children ages 12-15 now eligible for the Pfizer vaccine. Parent or legal guardian must be present.

Tomorrow, May 13 : https://www.caprepmod.org/appointment/en/reg/9110286051

Friday, May 14: https://www.caprepmod.org/appointment/en/reg/1617529059

THIS WEEK: Vaccine distribution

Sign up for our upcoming COVID-19 Vaccine distrbutions at the LA Fed. Children ages 12-15 now eligible for the Pfizer vaccine. Parent or legal guardian must be present.

Tomorrow, May 13 : https://www.caprepmod.org/appointment/en/reg/9110286051

Friday, May 14: https://www.caprepmod.org/appointment/en/reg/1617529059

California’s recovery is underway! Under Gavin Newsom's $100 billion #CAcomeback plan, the Golden State Stimulus would b...
05/11/2021
California Roars Back: Governor Newsom Announces Largest State Tax Rebate in American History | California Governor

California’s recovery is underway! Under Gavin Newsom's $100 billion #CAcomeback plan, the Golden State Stimulus would be expanded to allow 2/3 of Californians to benefit from a $600 stimulus check.

Two-thirds of Californians set to benefit from Golden State Stimulus checks amounting to nearly $12 billion in total – the largest state tax rebate in American history Billions in funding for rental…

05/11/2021
Welcome to Uniontown: Episode 09 - Susan Minato

We’re joined by co-president of UNITE HERE Local 11, Susan Minato, on this episode of Welcome to Uniontown to kick off API History Month! (Available on Spotify, Apple Podcast, Pandora, and https://thelafed.org/news/uniontown-ep9/

We learn about how her career took her from labor lawyer to labor organizer, her philosophy behind her organizing, her thoughts on how our country can address anti-Asian hate crimes, and her message for the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO Policy Director, Rob Nothoff. )

📢 📢 After months of negotiations, Kroger is refusing to offer Food 4 Less workers a FAIR contract. Support the UFCW770 m...
05/11/2021

📢 📢 After months of negotiations, Kroger is refusing to offer Food 4 Less workers a FAIR contract. Support the UFCW770 members in getting the contract they deserve by joining our boycott action TOMORROW in Los Angeles. #ShameOnKroger

Sign the petition to tell Food 4 Less you support grocery workers: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSck1M9GfZdnB-vcbB9cvElJiOCULvCb00Octo9d8qTu6w8O3Q/viewform?fbclid=IwAR2-PCQuB2-aGAl-gOh7hwIgI4Pxg80UribnMZSoe5mXDwRBbF76HrNBn-8

📢 📢 After months of negotiations, Kroger is refusing to offer Food 4 Less workers a FAIR contract. Support the UFCW770 members in getting the contract they deserve by joining our boycott action TOMORROW in Los Angeles. #ShameOnKroger

Sign the petition to tell Food 4 Less you support grocery workers: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSck1M9GfZdnB-vcbB9cvElJiOCULvCb00Octo9d8qTu6w8O3Q/viewform?fbclid=IwAR2-PCQuB2-aGAl-gOh7hwIgI4Pxg80UribnMZSoe5mXDwRBbF76HrNBn-8

F A C T S. Kim Kelly explains for Teen Vogue how the PRO Act would have helped the unionization efforts of Amazon Worker...
05/10/2021
This One Bill Could Transform the U.S. Labor Movement

F A C T S. Kim Kelly explains for Teen Vogue how the PRO Act would have helped the unionization efforts of Amazon Workers in Bessemer, Alabama and illustrates all the reasons why passing it is absolutely crucial.

Passing the PRO Act would change the lives of American workers.

Happy Mother's Day! Today, we remind ourselves of mothers shouldering the hard work of motherhood every day, often balan...
05/09/2021

Happy Mother's Day! Today, we remind ourselves of mothers shouldering the hard work of motherhood every day, often balancing this labor with one (or multiple) jobs. And especially this year, through all the changes it has brought to the lives of their families and their livelihood. This is why we fight for the pay, rights, and respect mothers deserve! 💪

Happy Mother's Day! Today, we remind ourselves of mothers shouldering the hard work of motherhood every day, often balancing this labor with one (or multiple) jobs. And especially this year, through all the changes it has brought to the lives of their families and their livelihood. This is why we fight for the pay, rights, and respect mothers deserve! 💪

We are grateful for the bravery of the heroes keeping us healthy and safe every single day. Happy National Nurses Day! #...
05/07/2021

We are grateful for the bravery of the heroes keeping us healthy and safe every single day. Happy National Nurses Day! #1u #healthcareheroes

We are grateful for the bravery of the heroes keeping us healthy and safe every single day. Happy National Nurses Day! #1u #healthcareheroes

“For restaurant employees still working or for those coming back to work, there's also the safety issue.We’ve worked har...
05/05/2021
After Covid struggles, Latino restaurants welcome Cinco de Mayo and more customers

“For restaurant employees still working or for those coming back to work, there's also the safety issue.

We’ve worked hard to push for a vaccine rollout to target areas with workers in key sectors like the food industry," said Christian Castro, with the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO, which represents a large portion of culinary and food workers.

The federation has administered nearly 8,000 vaccine doses to workers and their families in Los Angeles County, going to areas where many food workers live, such as Pico-Union, and partnering with institutions such as Cal State Los Angeles.

Castro noted that reports surfaced within the union of undocumented workers that were scared that providing information for vaccinations would result in deportations. “We try to let everyone know that this vaccine is for everyone," he said. (via NBC News)

Latino restaurant owners and employees who saw steep losses due to Covid-19 hope to see more business as vaccinations increase and restrictions ease.

We stand in solidarity with essential grocery workers demanding respect from Food 4 Less!
05/05/2021

We stand in solidarity with essential grocery workers demanding respect from Food 4 Less!

We stand with the grocery workers of Food 4 Less who are fighting for a fair contract. Join us today!
05/05/2021

We stand with the grocery workers of Food 4 Less who are fighting for a fair contract. Join us today!

🔊After months of negotiations, Kroger is refusing to offer Food 4 Less workers a FAIR contract. Support Food 4 Less workers in getting the contract they deserve by joining a boycott action nearest you tomorrow, May 5! #ShameOnKroger

Sign the petition to tell Food 4 Less you support grocery workers: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSck1M9GfZdnB-vcbB9cvElJiOCULvCb00Octo9d8qTu6w8O3Q/viewform

Julie A. Su is the leader we need! #ConfirmJulie4DOL“Secretary Su is a fair and collaborative leader, setting the table ...
05/04/2021
Su's track record make her an excellent pick for Labor Department post

Julie A. Su is the leader we need! #ConfirmJulie4DOL

“Secretary Su is a fair and collaborative leader, setting the table for everyone — including workers, labor unions, employers and the community and listening to all perspectives. She builds diverse teams and then empowers them to do their best work. As Secretary Su’s own staff attests, she “re‐energized staff at all levels and led numerous groundbreaking initiatives…increased efficiency throughout the division and broke down departmental silos that had stifled effective collaboration and caused redundancy…[and] was legendary for having learned the names of every one of the more than 600 staff…from secretarial support staff to investigators, deputies and legal staff.”

The daughter of Chinese immigrants, Secretary Su’s background shaped her personally and professionally, forging a deep and abiding dedication to public service. Her parents worked multiple jobs and ran small businesses to make ends meet and provide their daughters with opportunities they never had. Their long hours and sacrifices gave her a nearly unparalleled understanding of the myriad barriers faced by working people and people of color in this country, an insight that is reflected in her long and distinguished record of fighting for workers’ and civil rights. From defending the freedom of Thai garment workers to protecting low-wage workers against exploitation to building multiracial coalitions to fight back against racial injustices, Secretary Su has dedicated her career to helping people and communities who might not otherwise have access to justice.”

Secretary Su will be an outstanding deputy secretary of Labor and we are proud to add our voices to the chorus of support.

Horrendous conditions like this are exactly why we fight for dignity, respect, and JUSTICE for workers. Support for work...
05/03/2021
The Labor Battle for the Right to Pee

Horrendous conditions like this are exactly why we fight for dignity, respect, and JUSTICE for workers. Support for worker protection and empowerment legislation, like #AB701 in CA and the #PROAct nationally, are critical.

App delivery workers for DoorDash, Grubhub, Uber Eats, and other tech giants are fighting for a living wage, employment status, and the simple right to pee in privacy.

05/01/2021

Can’t miss the car caravan! #MayDay2021

05/01/2021

On this #MayDay, we mourn the loss of fathers, brothers, sisters, grandparents of color and #EssentialWorkers hit especially hard by #COVID19. We know #theWorkContinues but we look to a day when #Immigrants and #Workers will get justice.

05/01/2021

President Ron Herrera of the LA Fed at #MayDay2021

On April 19, 2021, LA Labor and allies from across CA went to Sacramento and built an interactive demonstration at the s...
05/01/2021

On April 19, 2021, LA Labor and allies from across CA went to Sacramento and built an interactive demonstration at the steps of the CA State Capitol building, where we challenged Assemblymembers to step into the shoes of an Amazon warehouse worker and try to meet their average quota, for just three minutes. Not one person met the quota.

We're calling on our elected leaders to support #AB701, the warehousing policy aimed at decreasing worker injury and creating transparency of debilitating quotas from giant corporations, such as Amazon and Walmart.

There will be a vaccine distribution at the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO office with St. John's Well ...
05/01/2021

There will be a vaccine distribution at the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO office with St. John's Well Child and Family Center on TUESDAY, 05/04, 8 AM – 3 PM. (Please Note: St. John's will be administering the Pfizer vaccine, which will require a second appointment 3 weeks later.)

Open to everyone who still needs to #TakeTheVaccine, regardless of immigration status, so please share widely. We encourage booking your appointment here: https://www.caprepmod.org/reg/8962118960, but walkups are welcomed!

There will be a vaccine distribution at the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO office with St. John's Well Child and Family Center on TUESDAY, 05/04, 8 AM – 3 PM. (Please Note: St. John's will be administering the Pfizer vaccine, which will require a second appointment 3 weeks later.)

Open to everyone who still needs to #TakeTheVaccine, regardless of immigration status, so please share widely. We encourage booking your appointment here: https://www.caprepmod.org/reg/8962118960, but walkups are welcomed!

04/30/2021
The #PROAct: A Pathway to the American Dream Roundtable

The transition to civilian life is difficult, and a union career provides a pathway for veterans to achieve the American Dream during their transition and beyond. Join the Union Veterans Council, AFL-CIO for a conversation with prominent veteran labor leaders on how joining a union changed their lives and how the PRO Act will enable veterans across the country to access the benefits of a union.

04/29/2021
Welcome to Uniontown: Episode 08 - Senator Alex Padilla

LA’s very own U.S. Senator (and former LA Fed intern) Alex Padilla joins us on this episode of Welcome to Uniontown to talk about his new role in DC as our junior Senator and discuss the PRO Act! [Now on Spotify, Apple Podcast, Pandora, and https://thelafed.org/news/uniontown-ep8/]

We learn about his background as the proud son of immigrants from Mexico living in the Valley (his father a short-order cook and UNITE HERE Local 11 member, his mother a housekeeper), his degree in Mechanical Engineering from MIT, his journey in politics, and who at the LA Fed currently works in his old office.

We commend the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for standing against the exploitation of truck drivers by ruling that d...
04/29/2021
70,000 Truckers Fall Under California Gig Economy Law, 9th Circuit Court Says

We commend the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for standing against the exploitation of truck drivers by ruling that drivers that have been misclassified by the companies they work for have the right to sick pay, overtime, and other worker protections through #AB5.

"The ruling is “a massive victory for California’s truck drivers, who for far too long have faced exploitation and misclassification at the hands of trucking companies that place corporate profit ahead of drivers’ safety and well-being,” the International Brotherhood of Teamsters said in a statement." (via KPIX CBS San Francisco Bay Area)

California's gig economy law applies to some 70,000 truck drivers who can be classified as employees of companies that hire them instead of independent contractors, giving them a right to overtime, sick pay or other benefits, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday.

04/29/2021

TOMORROW: May Day Mini Caravans
Join Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights and the LA Labor Movement at 9am as we make some noise for #MayDay2021

1. MacArthur Park.
Meet at CHIRLA (2533 West 3rd St, Los Angeles, CA 90057 - on rooftop parking lot) at 9AM.

2. Lincoln Heights/Avenue 26 Tacos
Meet at 3031 N Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90031 (parking lot)
Directions: Drive South on Broadway Avenue, turn right on Daily St, Keep left and head to Avenue 26, turn right on Humboldt, turn left on Artesian Place. Arrive at: 2600-2698 Artesian Pl, Los Angeles, CA 90031

Today, on Workers Memorial Day, we reflect on the impact COVID-19 has had on the lives of essential workers and their lo...
04/29/2021

Today, on Workers Memorial Day, we reflect on the impact COVID-19 has had on the lives of essential workers and their loved ones who are put at risk every day we are still facing this pandemic. In Los Angeles alone, we have lost over 250 healthcare workers to COVID-19. And the tens of thousands other lives we have lost have been disproportionately folks from communities that make up the essential workforce of Los Angeles.

48% of Angelenos over 16 have now received their first vaccine - let's keep that number growing. With vaccines now available to all over 16, let us honor the lives of the essential and frontline workers we have lost by keeping ourselves, our families, and our communities safe as we continue to reopen. (If you still need to get vaccinated, join our availability notification list: https://thelafed.org/event/vaccine-waitlist/) #TakeTheVaccine #WMD2021

Today, on Workers Memorial Day, we reflect on the impact COVID-19 has had on the lives of essential workers and their loved ones who are put at risk every day we are still facing this pandemic. In Los Angeles alone, we have lost over 250 healthcare workers to COVID-19. And the tens of thousands other lives we have lost have been disproportionately folks from communities that make up the essential workforce of Los Angeles.

48% of Angelenos over 16 have now received their first vaccine - let's keep that number growing. With vaccines now available to all over 16, let us honor the lives of the essential and frontline workers we have lost by keeping ourselves, our families, and our communities safe as we continue to reopen. (If you still need to get vaccinated, join our availability notification list: https://thelafed.org/event/vaccine-waitlist/) #TakeTheVaccine #WMD2021

You bet we are! Join us in phone banking for the National Week of PRO (Act)ion: https://www.azaflcio.org/proactWe're sta...
04/28/2021
Organized Labor Puts Heat On Democratic Holdouts To Support PRO Act

You bet we are! Join us in phone banking for the National Week of PRO (Act)ion: https://www.azaflcio.org/proact

We're standing in solidarity with Arizona AFL-CIO by reaching out to AZ union members this week to let them know they should make their voices heard about the PRO Act. Their senators have yet to commit to supporting the most important worker empowerment legislation since the Great Depression.

The AFL-CIO is spending more than 1 million dollars on TV and radio ads aimed at moderate Democrats who haven't signed on to the labor reform proposal.

04/27/2021
The PRO Act and Freelancers Town Hall

WATCH: Join AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka, Megan Romer (Freelancers for the PRO Act), Rafael Espinal (Freelancers Union), Susie Armitage (Freelance Solidarity Project, NWU), David Bacon (Guild Freelancers, CWA Local 39521), and Sara David (Industry-Wide Organizing Committee, WGAE) for a Town Hall discussion about Freelancers and the PRO Act

We're taking part in the AFL-CIO's National PRO Act Week of Action! Only THREE Democratic Senators have not expressed th...
04/26/2021

We're taking part in the AFL-CIO's National PRO Act Week of Action! Only THREE Democratic Senators have not expressed their support, including both Arizona Senators.

Advocate for the PRO Act by encouraging our union sisters and brothers in Arizona to make their voices heard and call on their Senators to commit to supporting the PRO Act! Phone banking shifts in solidarity with Arizona AFL-CIO will happen all week: https://www.azaflcio.org/proact

We're taking part in the AFL-CIO's National PRO Act Week of Action! Only THREE Democratic Senators have not expressed their support, including both Arizona Senators.

Advocate for the PRO Act by encouraging our union sisters and brothers in Arizona to make their voices heard and call on their Senators to commit to supporting the PRO Act! Phone banking shifts in solidarity with Arizona AFL-CIO will happen all week: https://www.azaflcio.org/proact

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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.

We are a federation, representing more than 300 affiliated unions with common values. Our mission is to safeguard the rights of working people and make a real difference for their families and communities. We empower workers to organize, because that’s the best way to ensure good, safe jobs. We fight for anyone who believes in the American Dream, especially those who have systematically been kept from it. We support policies and campaigns that will transform LA. We don’t take baby steps, we leap forward to create lasting change. We’re proud of our 100-year history, but our eyes are fixed on the next hundred years.

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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
Join us for a special Labor Day Celebration on Monday, September 7 at 11:00 AM with Special Guests Rusty Hicks, Chair, California Democratic Party and past President, Los Angeles County Labor Federation; Ada Briceño, Chair, OC Democratic Party and Co-President, UNITE HERE Local 11; and Gloria Alvarado, Ex. Dir., Orange County Labor Federation! https://www.facebook.com/events/313746483377224/
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