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El Super Boycott Fact Sheet

About the Dispute Southern California United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) Union locals 324, 770, 1428 and 1167 represent approximately 575 El Super workers employed at seven locations. These low-wage, predominantly Latino workers were covered under a collective...

El Super Update 04/05/16

El Super Ordered to Provide 549 Workers With Back Pay as Labor Dispute Continues El Super grocery store chain must pay 549 current and former employees a total of $363,000 in back pay as part of an ongoing labor dispute involving the company and workers at seven...

El Super Update 12/16/15

UFCW Locals called the second one-day strike against El Super today. As they did on the previous occasion, customers showed solidarity with worker by getting back into their cars and opting to shop elsewhere. The exact impact of the ongoing dispute is impossible to...

Market workers fight big foreign corporation

10/30/15 - -Orange County Register – Jennifer Muir Community and union leaders, local members of the clergy, as well as workers from El Super grocery stores across California, were among roughly 750 protesters dispersed by police in Paramount on Wednesday. The group...