WELCOME TO UFCW LOCAL 770

Originally chartered by the Retail Clerks Association, Local 770 has been representing the interests of retail workers in Los Angeles County since 1937 and has grown from a modest 200 individuals to a 30,000 member organization.
 

 

Today, Marc Perrone, a labor leader who has committed four decades to fighting for hard working families, was elected International President of the 1.3 million member United Food and Commercial Workers International Union (UFCW). As a proud leader and member of the UFCW, Perrone has long fought to organize more members, bargain the best contracts possible, and hold irresponsible corporations accountable. His values as a labor leader have been defined by the belief that every worker has the right to a decent living, a reliable schedule, quality affordable health care, and respect on the job.


Secretary-Treasurer John Grant researching the original statutory protections for workers against the damaging effects of business monopolies that hurt employees and consumers. John is reviewing the original 1920 consent decree against monopolist meat packers Swift, Wilson Cudahy & Amour.

 






President Ricardo F. Icaza and Secretary-Treasurer John M. Grant discuss proposed acquisition of Vons/Safeway by Albertsons, with noted anti-trust attorney Michael J. Strumwasser.

 

 

 

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