About US

About UFCW Local 367

We are the United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 367!

We are 7000 members strong and growing. Our members work in Pierce, Lewis, Grays Harbor, Mason, Thurston, and Pacific counties in Washington State. We represent workers in retail grocery, retail meat, clothing/textile, pharmacy, furniture, jewelry, and shoes. We represent health care workers and hairstylists. Formed during the Great Depression, we have bargained strong contracts that have given our members better wages, benefits, and working conditions for over 90 years. We set the standard so that all workers can get a leg up.

Why we organize Building the union in your community not only helps you and your family, but it also helps raise the standard of living for all. The more people who become union members, the more chance workers will have for better wages, benefits and working conditions. That includes good affordable health care, and a pension to help during retirement years.

Union members are paid over 25 percent more than non-union workers. More than 80 percent of union workers have health care coverage, and greater than 70 percent have pension plans.

When you decide you want a union in your workplace, you are protected by specific legal rights under the National Labor Relations Act.

When union members talk to their friends and families about joining a union, unions get stronger and the people get the power!

Over one million strong

Local 367 is chartered by the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union, which represents more than one million members in the United States and Canada, making it one of the largest unions in North America.

The successes that have been achieved at Local 367 came through years of hard work by the members who came before us. We will continue that hard work by providing excellent service for our members.

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