News and Bargaining Updates

Attention Fontana Pharmacy Assistants!

Kaiser Permanente has an exciting training opportunity exclusively for Full-time, Part-time, and On-call Pharmacy Assistants under USW.

We are thrilled to announce the opening of a new office right in the heart of Riverside, California, just across the street from Kaiser Permanente on Magnolia Avenue and Polk (the old patient suppo

Times are hard, we all know that.  Coronavirus has put a halt on the global economy at some point or another. With our own eyes, we have seen how local businesses have been affected by the pandemic, having to keep their doors shut.  At our workplace we have also seen how the pandemic has changed the way we manage our day to day business with the addition of the labor pool and the ramping up of virtual care.  To top everything off, we are entering the flu season and are expecting an influx of patients like never before.

USW Local 7600 is PROUD to ANNOUNCE that after several meetings and conversations with the organization, THE CHILD CARE GRANT IS BACK!

With the closures of several schools throughout the Inland Empire and the new hybrid programs coming out, WE, at the Union, understand how difficult it is to hold down a job and a family. 

​Great News!

The additional 80 hours for COVID-19 Positive benefit has now been extended through December 31, 2020. 

We have over 3,000 USW members in Norma Torres congressional district (CD 35).  We need your help quickly weighing in on the Moving America Forward legislation that is currently in the Rules committee under review.  Here is the link to a one- page recap of bill:  CLICK HERE

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Tuesday, June 9, 2020 

USW Local 7600 organized and hosted an event to promote Unity and Solidarity against the ongoing systemic and racial injustices our nation is facing to include the recent slaying of George Floyd.  Political leaders, union members and the local community gathered together to show respect and protest the killing of innocent black lives.  At times everyone in attendance chanted, "No justice, no peace" and the phrase, Black Lives Matter reverberated amongst the people.