Resources for Workers Impacted by COVID-19

It is our priority to keep you informed and help you in this difficult time.

COVID-19 Vaccine

Protecting front line workers is vital to public health with access to COVID-19 Vaccine

Face Coverings Required in CA

Face coverings required in public indoor and outdoor spaces when distancing is not possible.

Health Orders

OC and LA County have issued health directives that impact UFCW 324 members and the public.

Disney Member Updates

Report Safety Violations Several Disney cast members who are back to work have recently tested positive for COVID 19. We are closely monitoring the situation to be sure Disney is complying with all agreed upon safety measures. If you become aware of violations, please report them on this form: Updated on October 21, 2020 […]


Membership Meeting

Join us on Zoom on March 10th at 6 PM. Translation in Spanish will be available.

Rite Aid Survey 2021

We need to hear from you to ensure that our proposal to the Company reflects your needs.

CVS Member Survey 2021

We need to hear from you to ensure that our proposal to the Company reflects your needs.

UFCW hosted Townhall

Record a short video asking Dr. Fauci your question about the COVID-19 pandemic or vaccine.

Record Change Clinic

This free clinic, will offer services for eligible participants to reduce certain low-level felonies from their records.


F4L Negotiations Update

We have scheduled zoom meetings for March 4 at 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. to provide a complete update.

Worker-Led Movement for Hazard Pay Grows as LB Ordinance Upheld by Court

City and County of Los Angeles; San Mateo County and Cities of Berkeley and Buena Park Vote to Provide Hazard Pay for Essential Grocery Workers

City Council Passes Temporary Hazard Pay Ordinance

Buena Park is the second city in OC to pass temporary wage increases for frontline workers.

Irvine City Council Passes Hazard Pay Ordinance

First city in Orange County to join the growing worker movement calling for hazard pay.

Workers and Community Unite

Press conference and rally where workers and elected officials demanded Kroger keep stores open.