The Sacramento Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO has compiled COVID-19 crisis resources for employees. Learn about what benefits are available to help you get through this crisis.
If you have become unemployed or partially unemployed, you may file a UI claim via the Employment Development Department.
If you are a union member in need of emergency food assistance, please contact your union representative to make a request.
Sacramento Valley Union
The Sacramento Valley Union Labor Bulletin is owned by the Sacramento Central Labor Council and the Sacramento-Sierra’s Building & Construction Trades Council.
First published on Sept. 3, 1928 – Labor Day – it is the only official AFL-CIO newspaper in the Sacramento area.
Welcome to the Sacramento Central Labor Council's online forum for delegates and union members. This new virtual platform, launched in 2021, is designed to bring our members closer together as we organize for the future.
Labor Built This Valley
Since 1889, through political action, worker organizing, and community engagement, the Sacramento Central Labor Council has built the power of working families and their organizations to guarantee their rights as workers to form and join unions.
This Central Labor Council is committed to the struggle upon which our nation was founded - the constitutional right of freedom of association and the expression of opinion.
Welcome to the Sacramento Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO Digital HQ