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    Discover what your union is doing to advocate, protect and educate.

    Kroger Night Crew Audit Agreement Signed

    The class action grievance filed by #UFCW876 #PresidentPedersen on behalf of all Kroger, eligible members for night crew premium losses has resulted in a nearly $400,000 restitution! #unionstrong #contractual #guarantees #1u #ufcw #wtg #876Strong #876Steward

    Appreciation Pay For Polly's Country Market Members

    #UFCW876 members working at Polly's Country Market will be recognized for going above and beyond the call of duty with a $2 "Appreciation Premium." #Thankyou

    Polly's Country Market

    for doing the right thing. #VeryMuchAppreciated #ufcw #1u #876Strong #pollys #unionstrong

     

    Twin City Foods Members Deserve Respect

    #UFCW 876 members working at Twin City Foods find themselves in a vulnerable position while at work in this quick frozen vegetable processing plan in Lake Odessa, Michigan.

     

    COVID-19 has made their close-quarters jobs dangerous to their health and their families. Twin City Foods has yet to provide hero pay to these workers, but their hours have increased and so has their exposure.

     

    President Pedersen has set out to change that trajectory, read his letter here.

     

    We encourage you send along a word of encouragement to the company as well, asking them to re-think their position of ignoring the sacrifices of these hard-working members:

    Steve Lervick stevel@tcfi.com or

    Josh Weller at: joshw@tcfi.com 

     

     

     

    Reality Check! Sincerity and Effort Still Matter

    Many #UFCW876 members working for The

    Kroger Company were not able to enjoy a small token of appreciation issued on to Kroger Plus Cards and fuel points, due to accessibility by phone number, leaving many empty-handed with no recourse.

     

    #DoTheRightThingKroger and guarantee your acknowledgments by recognizing #876members directly through payroll. By doing this, it would guarantee 100% of all sacrifices are recognized as well as send a message of sincerity.

     

    This can be done with #HeroPay!

    President Pedersen Builds Legislative Power

     

    President Pedersen has reached out to our national and state elected officials to make sure legal designation of "front-line" status, Hero Pay and better health and safety protections are afforded to the members of UFCW 876.

     

    Here’s what President Pedersen is asking:

    1. Reinstatement of hero pay;

    2. Better safety and health protections;

    3. Front line status recognition.

     

    Read all of the letters and keep up on support status here: https://www.ufcw876.org/#political-advocacy

    876 Members Working at Hollywood Markets Recognized for Sacrifices

    The Kroger Company & The Request of Hero Pay Reinstatement

    bit.ly/Update876

     

     

    National Pension Fund Protection Program Passes

    The Pension Protection Program passed overwhelmingly in August by eligible members of UFCW 876, has now been conducted and completed successfully nationwide. This has resulted in a plan that will significantly minimize loss impact and protect current and future benefits.

     

    Eligible members of the National Pension Fund have received an e-mail today and will be mailed official notice this coming week.
     

    I want to thank everyone for being patient and staying connected with me, your union Stewards, Membership Representatives and 876 Pension Specialist Aaron Cary.

     

    - President Dan Pedersen

    Holiday Giveback Campaign

    Union Plus is giving away $1,000 to 100 union members this holiday season! Nominate your favorite, fellow union member by either writing a 300 word essay or submitting a 60 second video and hashtagging it #UnionPlusGiveAGrand and #Contest. Good luck 876!

     

    Learn more at: https://unionplus.org/holidaygiveback

     

     

    The Connection for Fall is Off The Press!

    The UFCW 876 publication "Connection" is off the press and heading to mailboxes across the state with important news, notice and President Pedersen's quarterly commentary. This edition contains UFCW 876's journey through COVID.

     

    "Unions, workers, community leaders and legislators were all searching their arsenals of programs and policy to deal with what would turn out to be the most deadly pandemic in U.S. history."

     

    Keeping your union record up-to-date ensures no interruptions in communication and accurate servicing. No changes can be processed without the last four digits of your social security number. Getting connected is easy, just click here: bit.ly/Update876 to bring your member data up-to-date.

     

    Be sure to add your e-mail for special notices, many company-specific, and the union monthly publication "Bulletin."

     

    You must notify the Michigan UFCW Health & Welfare Fund with changes separately at 1.800.322.8190.

     

     

     

    MIUFCW Open Enrollment: November 18 - December 11, 2020

    Eligible participants of the "Fund" will be receiving a bright, yellow open enrollment packet in the mail informing them of their enrollment status and what steps if any, need to be taken to help secure 2021 benefits.

     

    Eligible members will be automatically re-enrolled for 2021 benefits if they meet the following criteria:

    1. The member is currently enrolled for 2020 benefits; AND

    2. The member and their enrolled spouse both complete a biometric screening by 10/31/2020; AND

    3. Their employer confirms they are eligible for 2021 benefits.

     

    If the member meets the above criteria, they will be auto re-enrolled for the same election choice they had in 2020, provided their employer confirms eligibility and they satisfy the hours necessary for the election.

     

    Eligible members will need to submit a 2021 enrollment form during the 2021 Open Enrollment period if:

    · They are newly eligible for benefits or were eligible but never enrolled before.

    · Would like to make a change to their 2021 election, such as add or remove dependents.

    · Would like to op-out of benefits for 2021.

    · Need to update their information, i.e. secondary insurance.

     

    Call the Plan Administrative Office at 248-585-9610 or e-mail:

     questions@mufcwadmin.com.

    Michigan State Tax Withholding for National Pension Fund Checks

    Participants of the National Pension Fund were sent notice in May 2020 alerting them Michigan Personal Income Taxes would be withheld from monthly payments of pension and annuity payments, unless they elected otherwise by completing a withholding certificate, used to exempt participants.

     

    Read the UFCW International Union-Industry Pension Fund letter here.

     

    Download the Withholding Certificate for Michigan Pension or Annuity Payments here.

     

     

  • Rashida Tlaib

    U.S. House District 13

    Thank you Representative Rashida Tlaib for supporting our efforts to secure legal designation of "front-line" status, Hero Pay and better health and safety protections for members of UFCW 876.

    Andy Levin

    U.S. House District 9

     

    Thank you Representative Andy Levin for supporting our efforts to secure legal designation of "front-line" status, Hero Pay and better health and safety protections for members of UFCW 876.

    Vice President Elect Kamala Harris

    President Pedersen has reached out to VP Elect Harris to make sure legal designation of "front-line" status, Hero Pay and better health and safety protections are afforded to the members of UFCW 876.

    President Elect Joe Biden

    President Pedersen has reached out to President Elect Joe Biden to make sure legal designation of "front-line" status, Hero Pay and better health and safety protections are afforded to the members of UFCW 876.

    Dave Coulter

    Oakland County Executive

    President Pedersen has reached out to Oakland County Executive Coulter to make sure legal designation of "front-line" status, Hero Pay and better health and safety protections are afforded to the members of UFCW 876.

    Debbie Dingell

    U.S. House District 12

    President Pedersen has reached out to Representative Dingell to make sure legal designation of "front-line" status, Hero Pay and better health and safety protections are afforded to the members of UFCW 876.

    Dan Kildee

    U.S. House District 5

     

    President Pedersen has reached out to Representative Kildee to make sure legal designation of "front-line" status, Hero Pay and better health and safety protections are afforded to the members of UFCW 876.

    Brenda Lawrence

    U.S. House District 14

    President Pedersen has reached out to Representative Lawrence to make sure legal designation of "front-line" status, Hero Pay and better health and safety protections are afforded to the members of UFCW 876.

    Nancy Pelosi

    U.S. House of Representatives & Speaker of the House

    President Pedersen has reached out to Representative Pelosi to make sure legal designation of "front-line" status, Hero Pay and better health and safety protections are afforded to the members of UFCW 876.

    U.S. Senate Gary Peters

    President Pedersen has reached out to Senator Peters to make sure legal designation of "front-line" status, Hero Pay and better health and safety protections are afforded to the members of UFCW 876.

    Elissa Slotkin

    U.S. House District 8

    President Pedersen has reached out to Representative Slotkin to make sure legal designation of "front-line" status, Hero Pay and better health and safety protections are afforded to the members of UFCW 876.

    Debbie Stabenow

    U.S. Senate

    President Pedersen has reached out to Senator Stabenow to make sure legal designation of "front-line" status, Hero Pay and better health and safety protections are afforded to the members of UFCW 876.

    Haley Stevens

    U.S. House District 11

    President Pedersen has reached out to make sure legal designation of "front-line" status, Hero Pay and better health and safety protections are afforded to the members of UFCW 876.

    Governor Gretchen Whitmer

    President Pedersen has reached out to Governor Whitmer to make sure legal designation of "front-line" status, Hero Pay and better health and safety protections are afforded to the members of UFCW 876.

  • A Message of Support, Advocacy & Appreciation

    Michigan's Lieutenant Governor Garlin Gilchrist sends an important message of support, advocacy and appreciation to the members of #UFCW876. #Thankyou @LtGovGilchrist for recognizing the importance that employers are accountable to us! #UFCW876 #StillEssential #UFCW876Strong #ufcw #LtGovGilchrist

    @LtGovGilchrist

    Send a message!

  • Active Ballot Club

    UFCW 876 knows worker-friendly legislation is derived from candidates who support, advocate and push for laws that set meaningful, worker protection policy in both our nation and state. Without these leaders and actions, workers are vulnerable to the interests and budgets of their employers. That is why UFCW 876 has the Active Ballot Club, or A.B.C. Read more here. Or sign up here.

  • Follow Us

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  • Steward Nation!

    Annual Steward Conferences / Drive Up & Meet Up

    Hey Steward Nation,

    The Steward conferences went over really well! It was so nice to see everyone. If you have not seen the photos of these events, log on to our Facebook and view them:
    Mt. Pleasant photo gallery.

    Madison Heights gallery.

    Traverse City gallery.

  • More Member Perks & Programs

    Great discounts on real protections, click here!

    Pension Open House Webinars Concluded

    2021 Schedule will be posted late December 2020.

    Find out when and how you can collect your pension with great assistance! UFCW 876 members and their spouses are encouraged to attend a free pension assistance open houses via webinar. Directions to do that here. Download the Webinar flyer here.

    No workshop for December

     

     

     

     

    Great discounts on real protections, click here!

    Active Ballot Club

    UFCW 876 knows worker-friendly legislation is derived from candidates who support, advocate and push for laws that set meaningful, worker protection policy in both our nation and state. Without these leaders and actions, workers are vulnerable to the interests and budgets of their employers. That is why UFCW 876 has the Active Ballot Club, or A.B.C. Read more here.

    Great discounts on real protections, click here!

    The UFCW 876 Scholarship

    2021 Scholarship applications become available first week of January

    UFCW 876's scholarship program awards five, $2,000 Academic Scholarships, five, $1,000 Student Debt Relief Awards and five, $500 Textbook Awards each year. The application process is available both in hard copy and online, and are issued during the first week of January and are due back to the union offices in April. Winners are announced in June.

     

    Great discounts on real protections, click here!

    Learn a New Language for Free!

    Spanish, French, Italian, Mandarin, and over 70 other different languages, including 20 different ESL courses.

    Whether it is for travel, work, or just for fun, the UFCW’s free foreign language program makes learning a new language easy.

    UFCW members can use this benefit to learn a foreign language for free online and at their own pace. All lessons are self-guided. The program gives members access to online classes to learn Spanish, French, Italian, Mandarin, and over 70 other different languages, including 20 different ESL courses.

    The online classes build on four conversational skills necessary to fully learn a new language: vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, and culture. Learn more here. This program is currently wait-listed.

     

    Seats in this program are limited and will be given on a first come, first served basis. If the program is full, you will be placed on a wait list until a seat opens up for you.

    At this time, this benefit is only available to UFCW members and retirees.

     

    Great discounts on real protections, click here!

    Get Your G.E.D.

    UFCW members can take General Equivalency Diploma (GED) classes for free through Essential GED.

    This GED program offers a customized learning plan, so that you’ll be able to successfully prepare yourself to pass the GED test, regardless of when you last went to school.

    This program also allows you to study at your own pace – all classes are self-guided and can be completed from your phone or tablet.

    If you are interested in using this benefit, please complete and submit the form on this page. It may take a few days to verify your UFCW membership. However, once confirmed, you’ll receive an email that explains how to login and begin taking free online GED classes.

    At this time, this benefit is only available to UFCW members and retirees.

    If you have questions or need assistance, please contact the UFCW education helpdesk at education@ufcw.org.

     

    FREE online college! Seriously, it's totally free.

    UFCW Free College Benefit

    The UFCW Free College Benefit ensures that UFCW members and their families do not have to pay out of pocket for any tuition, fees or e-books at Eastern Gateway Community College—resulting in cost savings of thousands of dollars!

    The Free College Benefit covers any amount for tuition, fees or books that is not covered by federal or employer education grants.

    Children (or stepchildren), grandchildren (or step-grandchildren), spouses, domestic partners, and financial dependents of UFCW members are eligible for the UFCW Free College Benefit. Retired UFCW members are also eligible.

    Apply Today

    Degree Programs

     
    Great discounts on real protections, click here!

    Retiree Club

    Friends, Education and Adventure

    The Retiree Club is one of the largest in the nation. Annual events, educational and group travel keep the union hall filled with friendship, networking and fun. The club meets the first Wednesday of every month at 11 a.m. All retired 876 members are eligible to join the club for only $1 a month. E-mail your interest to join at info@ufcw876.org.

    Great discounts on real protections, click here!

    Union Plus Programs

    You work hard, and at Union Plus, we work hard for you. Since 1986, we’ve been supporting union members and their families through life’s celebrations, hardships, and everything in between. Check it out for great discounts from mortgages to movie tickets.

  • 876 Member Advantage Series 2020

     

    *You must be a member in good standing of UFCW Local 876 to attend member events and to participate in member programs.

    Regrettably, We Have Concluded our 2020 Membership Advantage Calendar

    We are sorry to say state executive orders and mandates have put the stop on the remainder of the Membership Advantage Event calendar. The venues for both The 25 Year Member Celebrations and Crossroads Village / Huckleberry Railroad have sent notice of these cancellations.

    President Pedersen is currently planning a July 2021 date for The 25 Year Celebrations and looks forward to the full return to our regular events!

    2020 Pension Open House Schedule

    Webinars will be scheduled during pandemic

    Let 876 help put the pieces together!

    Join UFCW 876 Pension Specialist Aaron Cary during his live webinars and find out when and how you can collect your pension.

     

    How to join Aaron's webinar:

    Computer:
    1) in URL type: https:/zoom.us/j/8109653974;
    2) click the prompt: “Open Zoom;”
    3) type the meeting ID: 8109653974 (if not done automatically);
    4) click the prompt “Computer Audio;”
    5) if computer has no speakers, follow prompts to connect audio via phone.

     

    Cell phone / tablet:
    1) Download the Zoom app through either Google Play, Apple App Store, or at www.zoom.com;
    2) click the prompt: “open Zoom;”
    3) type the meeting ID: 8109653974
    4) click the prompt “Computer Audio.”

  • Union Vibe

    President Pedersen's "Connection" articles and other thoughtful insights featured here.

  • How the Pension Process Works

    Knowing the 876 Pension Connection, Resources and Programs

    UFCW International Union-Industry Pension Fund

    P.O. Box 6000, Frankfort, Illinois 60423-6000

    1-800-531-2385

    1

    Attend a Pension Open House

    Eligible 876 members curious about or contemplating a retirement should attend a Pension Open House at the union hall. Download a flyer for dates and times.

    2

    Request a "Pension Credit Application"

    Do your research. Discover what your current pension status is by calling the pension office and requesting a "Pension Credit Application."

    3

    Request a "Retirement Application"

    Gearing up to retire? Six months before your date, call the pension office and request a "Retirement Application."

    4

    Address Changes

    Changing your address with the pension office is easy. Download the form here and mail it in or fax it to: 1-312-329-7923.

  • About Your Union

    We always strive for the best in our communities.

    Solid Contracts, Protections & Benefits

    As a UFCW 876 member, you're protected by a legally-binding contract that's negotiated with member input and voted on by the members the contract covers. Your union contract features many benefits including: guaranteed wage increases; quality health insurance at a reasonable cost; employer-paid retirement plan; paid holidays and paid vacation; seniority rights, fair treatment from management and no discipline without just cause.

    Who Is UFCW 876?

    UFCW 876's nearly 19,000 members work at Adhesive Systems, Alexander & Hornung, Inc., AmCane Sugar, Bonnie Maid Products, Cattleman's Meat and Produce, CVS Pharmacy, Darling International, Dearborn Sausage Company, Diversified Chemical Technologies, Diversity, Inc., Hollywood Markets, Howard Finishing, Koegel Meats, The Kroger Company, Antolin St. Clair, Medstar Ambulance, Oleson's Food Stores, PPG Industries, Food Center, Plumb's Valu-Rite Foods, Polly's Food Service, Provincial House, Rite Aid Pharmacy, Riverside Market, Smith Meat Packing, Society St. Vincent DePaul, Turri's Italian Foods, Twin City Foods, Inc., Winter Sausage and Wolverine Packing Company.

  • Components of the Union

    People that protect workers' hard-earned rights.

    Contractual Language Means What?!

    Contracts Are Your Written Guarantee

    There are nearly 50 different contracts reflecting over 18,000+ union members in 876. Although very detailed, a quick review reveals basic compondents: coverage, grievance procedure, paid time off, vacations, seniority, wages, hours and schedules. This language is your guarantee to a fair and safe work environment.

    MIUFCW 

    Your Health Insurance Coverage Is Important

    Not every employer participates with the Michigan UFCW Unions & Employers Health & Welfare Fund, also called just the "Fund." This plan's administrative office manages medical, dental, vision, time loss and pre-paid legal inquiries and programs. You can call them at 1-800-322-8190 or visit them here.

    2020

    Retirement Guidance Free to Members

    The Time is Right to Plan Your Retirement

    The union provides free financial guidance to every member and their spouse through the Financial Wellness Center now available through webinars. Pension assistance webinars are scheduled for January 15, February 19, March 18, April 15, May 20, June 17, July 15, August 19, September 16, October 21, and November 18 from 6 - 8 p.m. Call Aaron Cary with inquiries at 1-800-321-6406 extension 8645.

    General Membership Meetings

    2020 Tentative Schedule

    All general membership meetings are open to eligible UFCW 876 members. At these meetings, union representatives review the actions of the executive board, present updates, and address member's questions. Meeting dates and time are subject to change. Meetings begin at 6:00 p.m. at the union hall. Members are encouraged to verify dates and times here. 2020 meetings are tentatively scheduled as follows:

    Tuesdays: March 10 - June 9 - September 8- December 1

  • Representative Profiles

    We've got a top notch team!

    The union has a staff of member representatives who are your advocate in the workplace. They know your contract and are on duty 24/7 to protect your job and to maintain a fair work environment. You can find your member representative by calling 1-800-321-6406 and using the extensions listed below or by e-mail. Download a printable listing here. See representative listing below.

    Joe Clark

    Membership Representative

    Joe.Clark@ufcw876.org
    1-800-321-6406 extension #8669

    Kroger 441, 443, 456, 459, 615, 618, 630, 638, 686, 691 & 697.

    Nate Clark

    Membership Representative

    Nate.Clark@ufcw876.org

    1-800-321-6406 extension #8674

    Kroger 363, 450, 481, 515, 619, 656, 661, 675, 706, 715 & 729.

    Bill Crim

    Membership Representative

    William.Crim@ufcw876.org

    1-800-321-6406 extension #8615

    Koegel Meats, Kroger New Market 115, 277, 407, 419, 424, 436, 437, 635, 795, Oleson's 606, 607, 608, 609, Riverside Market Durand and Montrose.

    Jessie Dziubinski

    Membership Representative

    Jessie.Dziubinski@ufcw876.org

    1-800-321-6406 extension #8659

    Kroger 449, 455, 528, 622, 684, 716, 737, 757 & 774.

    Marc Freund

    Membership Representative

    Marc.Freund@ufcw876.org

    1-800-321-6406 extension #8682

    Kroger 361, 366, 444, 526, 632, 634, 639, 720, 721, 759, meat: 680, 681, 793, 811, 852, 884, 887, 888, 890, Polly's Food Service 12, 14, 16, 5 & 6.

    Elaine Hill

    Membership Representative

    Elaine.Hill@ufcw876.org

    1-800-321-6406 extension #8664

    Kroger 461, 620, 637, 649, 650, 651, 704, 754, Medstar Ambulance Utica, Clinton Township, Lapeer, Clarkston, Lincoln Park & Southfield.

    Ashley Hubbard

    Membership Services

    Ashley.Hubbard@ufcw876.org

    1-800-321-6406 extension #8641

    Education and advocacy of membership.

    Allison Kimber-Smith

    Membership Services

    Allison.Kimber-Smith@ufcw876.org

    1-800-321-6406 extension #8644

    Katherine Kreger

    Membership Services

    Katherine.Kreger@ufcw876.org

    1-800-321-6406 extension #8642

    Education and advocacy of membership.

    Jerry LaBeau

    Membership Representative

    Jerry.LaBeau@ufcw876.org

    1-800-321-6406 extension #8681

    Kroger 464, 487, 492, 724 & 743.

    Dawn McClanahan

    Director of Membership Services

    Dawn.McClanahan@ufcw876.org

    1-800-321-6406 extension #8676

    Education and advocacy of membership.

    Hollywood Market 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6.

    Steven Michael

    Membership Representative

    Steven.Michael@ufcw876.org

    1-800-321-6406 extension #8671

    Kroger 445, 454, 495, 663, 710 & 784.

    John Morrison

    Membership Representative

    John.Morrison@ufcw876.org

    1-800-321-6406 extension #8618

    CVS Pharmacy 8267, Rite Aid 2509, 2731, 3356, 3452, 3667, 4266, 4270, 4310, 4309, 4310, 4317, 4319, 4322, 4332, 4334, 4335, 4338, 4340, 4355, 4358, 4362, 4366, 4368, 4377, 4402, 4409, 4438, 4440, 4442, 4445, 4466, 4485, 4498, 4504, 4512, 4519, 4526, 4537, 4545, 4559, 4588, 4595, 4694, 4697, 4703, 4761, 4806, 4897 & 4943.

    Bill Phipps

    Membership Representative

    Bill.Phipps@ufcw876.org

    1-800-321-6406 extension #8672

    Kroger 440, 447, 448, 463, 486, 602, 642, 652, 658, 685, 776.

    Alejandra Ruiz

    Membership Representative

    Alejandra.Ruiz@ufcw876.org

    1-800-321-6406 extension #8619

    Adhesive Systems, Alexander & Hornung, Amcane Sugar, Antolin, Beacon Park, Bonnie Maid, Cattleman's, Darling, Dearborn Sausage, Diversified Chemical, Diversitak, Operating Engineers Local 324 and Clerical, Provincial House, Restaurant Depot, Sheet Metal Workers Local 80, Sheet Metal Workers Local 292, Smith Meat Packing, Society St. Vincent DePaul, Turri's Italian Foods, Winter Sausage, Wolverine Packing.

    Keith Schilling

    Organizer

    Education and advocacy of membership.

    Pamela Serour

    Membership Representative

    Pamela.Serour@ufcw876.org

    1-800-321-6406 extension #8626

    Pat's Food Center, Rite Aid 1487, 1551, 1552, 1573, 1575, 1663, 1729, 1740, 1801, 2504, 2606, 3320, 3510, 3568, 3588, 4431, 4503, 4564 & 4586.

    Jonathan Smith

    Membership Services

    Jonathan.Smith@ufcw876.org

    1-800-321-6406 extension #8670

    St. Vincent DePaul, Restaurant Depot, Wolverine Packing, Turri's Italian Foods, Beacon Park and Winters Sausage.

    Rob Teske

    Membership Representative

    Rob.Teske@ufcw876.org

    1-800-321-6406 extension #8623

    Kroger New Market 404, 406, 409, 413, 711, 714, Kroger 465, 600, 709, Medstar Ambulance Flint, Lansing & Twin City Foods.

    Margaritte Thomas

    Membership Representative

    Margaritte.Thomas@ufcw876.org

    1-800-321-6406 extension #8643

    Kroger 364, 365, 442, 520, 605, 670, 671, 688, 689, 703, 707, People's Food Co-op.

    Stephanie Villalpando

    Membership Representative

    Stephanie.Villalpando@ufcw876.org

    1-800-321-6406 extension #8629

    Kroger 415, 458, 576, 577, 578, 579, 693, 708, 775 & 864.

  • UFCW 876 Worker Organizing

    Don't let your hard work go unrecognized. Get a voice in the workplace, contact our organizing department at 1.888.485.9671.

  • Let Us Know

    Don't be afraid to reach out. You + us = awesome!

  • Updates Here 

    Get married? Move to a new place? Switch jobs? Let the union know.

  • Connect With Us

    Like us, follow us, Tweet us, e-mail us, call us. We want to hear from you.

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    E-mail us.

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  • Your Union Hall is in Madison Heights, Mi

    United Food & Commercial Workers Local 876

    876 Horace Brown Drive, Madison Heights, Michigan 48071

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