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How To Join Our Union
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Union membership means better wages, benefits and working conditions and just as important, a voice in the decisions that impact you on the job. Bringing a union into your workplace can mean the difference between barely getting by, and making a decent living with dignity and job security.

 

Federal law guarantees your right to help organize a union at your workplace. The National Labor Relations Act prohibits employers from discriminating against employees for supporting a union.

 

UFCW Local 791 is open to workers in almost any field and we look forward to the opportunity to help you and your co-workers begin the process of winning union representation.

 

You can start by filling out this form and sending it to our office by clicking on the button labeled "submit" or contact our union office at:

 

UFCW Local 791 Organizing Dept.

55 Norfolk Ave.

South Easton, MA. 02375

Phone: (800)535-2752

 

All inquiries will be held in strict confidence.

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Local 791 Organizers

Michael Connors

E-mail: mconnors791@yahoo.com

 

Bruce Farley

E-mail: bpf754@comcast.net

 

Toll Free: 1-800-535-2752

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United Food and Commercial Workers Union

Local 791

 

55 Norfolk Avenue

South Easton, MA 02375

 

774-568-0791

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Proudly serving workers in Massachusetts,

Rhode Island and Maine since 1947

Russell F. Regan, President
 
Frank J. Runey, Secretary-Treasurer