Local 367 is about building a union from the ground up, not from the top down, where our priorities, practices, and leadership are member-driven. Our Union is only as strong as the work we do on the shop floor and in the streets, and that work depends on building a bench of strong leaders and organizers from within our own ranks.
With UFCW 367, you will be joining over 8,000 members in the South Puget Sound region of Washington state. UFCW 367 is part of UFCW International, the largest private-sector union in the United States, representing 1.3 million members and their families in grocery stores, meat packing, food processing, retail shops, and other industries. UFCW members serve communities in all 50 states, Canada, and Puerto Rico.
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We are committed to growing our Union through a comprehensive Organizing strategy that focuses on UFCW core industries: Grocery, Retail and Food Processing. Local 367 sees workers as part of the greater community and shows them how to become leaders for change. Organizing is the foundation for building a stronger Union and community for tomorrow.
We are committed to the development of our membership and staff through continuous education. Our newly refurbished Union Hall’s Training Center combines classroom learning, virtual streaming and technology, and historical perspective to ensure our leaders are at the forefront of the labor movement.
We are committed to engaging with our members and the communities we serve. Local 367 represents workers across Pierce, Mason, Thurston, Grays Harbor, Lewis, and Pacific Counties. We can honor our differences while standing together in solidarity. The Union Hall was once a place of comradery and we should strive to recapture what makes us strong.