Denise Jagielo,
Welcome to the Local 367 website. As a member, we hope you will utilize this site as a resource for important bargaining and contract information, as well as for news and updates about UFCW. We encourage your participation in your union and this is a great place to find out how.
Lindsay Garner,

President’s Message
Updated August 20, 2014


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Paid sick and safe leave and much, much more, oh my!

Have a look at this quarter's Union Update.

Inside, you'll learn about Tacoma's Paid Sick Leave Ordinance, what Governor Inslee is proposing this session, as well as the value of taking a look at your pay stub, and more!

If you have any comments or suggestions, shoot us an email:


Update on Albertsons and Safeway sale to Haggen


Check out these Scholarship Opportunities for Graduating Seniors!



Where does Mayor Strickland Stand on Paid Sick Days?

Mayor Strickland says she is for paid sick days, but doesn't explain that she only supports paid sick days for SOME.  See Healthy Tacoma's article:  Say it ain't so, Mayor Strickland


The 2014 General Election is fast approaching

Voter turnout this year is vital to working families.


Phone Bank for labor endorsed candidates at the UFCW Local 367 Office:

Wednesday, October 29, 2014
5:30 pm to 8:00 pm.



Fred Meyer GM Settlement Approved

Fred Meyer General Merchandise members ratified a settlement that included zero cuts, kept top wages 30¢ ahead of other counties, fixed the bottom of the wage scales for clerks so their wages will increase, improved personal holiday and jury duty benefits and successfully beating back additional steps to the wage scale. 

While the settlement keeps members on the Kroger medical, members vow to fight again next bargain to move to the Sound Plan. 

For those members who were engaged, actively participating and came to vote, thank you. 


UFCW President Hansen Statement on the Supreme Court’s Decision in Harris v. Quinn

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Joe Hansen, International President of the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union (UFCW), today released the following statement in response to the Supreme Court’s decision in Harris v. Quinn.

“In today's Harris v. Quinn ruling, the anti-worker Supreme Court sided with those who want to deprive employees of any ability to collectively bargain with their employers. This decision primarily affects home health care workers, but sets a terrible precedent for other Americans seeking a voice on the job.

“This is the Supreme Court's latest attack on the foundation of our democracy. From weakening the Voting Rights Act to allowing unfettered corporate money in politics, the conservative justices are all too willing to do the bidding of anti-worker special interests. Workers and unions will respond to this latest attack as we always have—by redoubling our efforts to bring a voice on the job and fair wages and working conditions to all Americans.”


Sale of Stores

Albertsons and Safeway have entered into agreements, subject to approval by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), to sell the following stores in order to obtain antitrust clearance for the Albertsons/Safeway merger:


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