Latest victoriesWELCOME TO OUR UFCW FAMILY!!Local 1445 organizes its first non-profit community organization, La Comunidad Inc., in Everett. The third neutral party that counted the authorization card was Ward 2 Everett City Councilor Stephanie Martins
The Bull Moose Music store in Salem, NH ratified their first collective bargaining agreement after a year-long process, which started when the company terminated the entire workforce for raising safety concerns during the pandemic. This new bargaining unit’s voice has been heard and they now have safety guarantees, scheduled wage increases, bereavement pay, paid time off options and more.
Smart. Safe. Fair. Better.
From negotiating with employers to improve working conditions to organizing community food drives, we know together we can make a difference and improve the lives of those around us.
Steward Cheryl Ferullo explains why she is happy to be a UFCW Local 1445 member
and why she feels the dues she pays each week is money well spent.
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Are you and your coworkers ready to negotiate together for bigger paychecks, stronger benefits, and better lives? If you are, the steps to joining UFCW Local 1445 are simple.
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