Join UFCW Local 1189 at the annual Children's Holiday Party on Sunday, December 3 from 12-2 p.m.! There will be cookie decorating, games, prizes, refreshments and pictures with Santa!

Where you work

Your worksite page on UFCW1189.org has everything you need to know about your union membership. 

Visit the "Where you work" page

JOIN US!

Increase your power in your workplace.

NEGOTIATIONS!

Find out more on active negotiations.

TAKE ACTION!

Get involved with with great Union activities.

UFCW Local 1189 members working at Chisholm Jubilee Foods ratified a 3-year contract deal which will be go through June 6, 2020.  The Employer will pay 100% of the cost of Plan B for all Full-Time and Part-Time employees.  The members will get a 3% wage increase in each year of the contract.  Congratulations!

On Thursday June 1, 2017 the nurses (RNs and LPNs) at Good Samaritan's Comforcare facility in Austin won back their Union in a vote overwhelmingly in favor of joining the UFCW Local 1189.   Pictured left is RN Gina Richardson who along with her coworkers, organized around their desire to provide the best possible care for their residents; numerous scheduling issues; and for respect.  

From MN House of Representatives, 5/26/17:  Day three of the 2017 special session saw lawmakers pass final omnibus bills to be sent to Gov. Mark Dayton, with weary House members wrapping up their work at 2:42 a.m. Friday following a week of long days — and nights — at the State Capitol.  Legislators finished a tax bill that includes extended bar close times for next year’s Super Bowl in Minneapolis, an omnibus education bill that includes $483 million in new money, and a transportation bill with $300 million in new General Fund dollars.

From minnpost.com, 5/26/17:  President Lyndon Johnson declared food stamps to “be one of our most valuable weapons for the war on poverty” when he signed The Food Stamps Act of 1964. Unfortunately, that fight persists with one in 10 Minnesotans lacking enough food to feed themselves and their families. These hungry Minnesotans go to school with our kids, live down the street and work at many of the places we frequent daily.

Pages