2840 El Centro Road, Suite 111

Sacramento, CA 95833

LaborSacramento@gmail.com

SACRAMENTO CENTRAL

LABOR COUNCIL

Tel: 916-927-9772

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© 2017 by the Sacramento Central Labor Council TAD:OPEIU29/AFL-CIO

 

Meet the Sacramento Central Labor Council AFL-CIO

What We Do

 

Legislative & Political Action

Working Family Advocacy

Union Leadership Development

Candidate Development

Community Engagement & Organizing

Building Union Solidarity

Meet the Sacramento Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO

 

Since 1889, through political action, worker organizing and community engagement, the Sacramento Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO 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.

Unions mean good jobs, good wages, good benefits, secure pensions and the equal opportunity for success. Unionized leaders of working class families keep their communities engaged in issues important to working families. 

The Sacramento Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO advocates every day to improve the lives of people who work. We help people who want to join together in unions so they can bargain collectively with their employers for better working conditions and the best and safest way to get a good job done. We work to ensure that all people who work are treated fairly, with decent paychecks and health and retirement benefits, safe jobs, respect and equal opportunities. We work tirelessly to help working people acquire valuable skills and achieve job-readiness, and we provide an independent voice in politics and legislation for working women and men and make their voices heard in corporate boardrooms.

We Are Working People, Standing Together

 

Decent raises, predictable schedules and family-friendly policies don’t just happen without working people coming together and advocating for better workplaces.

When people negotiate together, they gain better wages and benefits.

Working people in unions make improvements at the workplace, and they fight to improve the rights of all people. Union members helped create workplace health and safety standards, the Americans with Disabilities Act, Family Medical Leave Act, increases to minimum wage, workers’ compensation and lots of the other laws you rely on.

Choose to Patronize Union Vendors & Companies

 

The Power of Ethical Spending

The Sacramento Central Labor Council  believes that by making the choice to spend our money on products and services that are made in our country by workers who are treated fairly, and paid living wages, we are helping to protect the middle class, strengthen our national economy and build a stronger America. We are here to make your consumer buying choices easy and fun. We call that ethical consumerism, and we hope you will join us in making the everyday decisions count.

 

Hotels & Hospitality

Printing

Shopping

Construction & Trades Contractors

Drive a Union Made Vehicle

Business Boycott List

Meet Our Unions and Allies

Diverse coalitions of local unions make up the AFL-CIO's state federations and local labor councils. We are community organizations that are the heart of the labor movement. We champion better policies for working families in state and local governments.

The Sacramento Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO is a democratically governed council of 90 unions, each with its own distinct membership and unique voice. Our members have come together to build and support the rights of working people. In pursuit of these goals, we also fight to vanquish social and economic injustice.

The 90 unions that are affiliated with the Sacramento Central Labor Council include more than 170,000 working people in 6 counties- Sacramento, Yolo, Amador, El Dorado, Placer and Nevada. Our members come from every walk of life and are what make the Sacramento region great- and always have. We build your homes and offices. We get you safely to and from work. We take care of the sick and injured and teach your children.

Sacramento Central Labor Council Affiliate Unions

American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) #1230

American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees #146

American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees #258

American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees #2620

American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees #3299

American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Council 57

Amalgamated Transit Union #256

American Federation of Teachers, Gold Trail Federation of Educators #4911

American Postal Workers Union (APWU)

Bricklayers, Tilesetters and Allied Craftworkers, (BAC) Local 3

Bakery, Confectionery & Grain Millers' International Union (BCTGM) #85

California Conference of Machinists

California Faculty Association

California Federation of Teachers

California Federation of Teachers, Galt #2219

California Federation of Teachers, Placer-Nevada #2267

California Federation of Teachers, Rescue #3581

California Nurses Association

California School Employees Assoc. Chap.1717 (Twin Rivers)

California School Employees Assoc. Chap.528 (Am.River)

California School Employees Assoc. Chap. 127 (San Juan)

California School Employees Assoc. Chap. 480 (SCOE)

California School Employees Assoc. Chap. 745 (Natomas)

California State Assoc. of Letter Carriers

CA Alliance of Retired Americans (CARA)

Cement Masons Local #400

CFT- Job Corps

Coalition of Labor Union Women (CLUW)

Coalition of Black Trade Unionists Nor Cal Chapter

Communication Workers of America (CWA) #9400

Communication Workers of America (CWA) #9404

Communication Workers of America (CWA) #9421

Communication Workers of America (CWA) #9431

Communication Workers of America (CWA)District #9

Communication Workers of America (CWA) -News Guild Local 39521

Davis Teachers Association #2023

Engineers and Scientists of California Local 20, IFPTE

Firefighters Local #1592

Firefighters Local #522

Firefighters Local 3494-Davis

Federation of United School Employees (FUSE) Local 1212

International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, Photographers #600

International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, Stagehands #50

International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, Theatrical #B-66

International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, Theatrical #874

International Association Machinists (IAM) & Aerospace Workers #1781

International Association Machinists (IAM) & Aerospace Workers #2182

International Association Machinists (IAM) & Aerospace Workers District 190

International Association Machinists (IAM) & Aerospace Workers #946

International Association Machinists (IAM) & Aerospace Workers #1782

International Association Machinists (IAM) & Aerospace Workers, West. Reg.

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers #1245

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers #340

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers #45

International Organization of Masters, Mates & Pilots

International Union of Elevator Constructors, Local #8

International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE) Stationary Engineers #39

International Union of Painters & Allied Trades (IUPAT), Carpet Layers #1237

International Union of Painters & Allied Trades (IUPAT) -Glaziers #767

International Union of Painters & Allied Trades (IUPAT) -Painters #487

Ironworkers Local 118

Labor Council For Latin American Advancement (LCLAA)

Los Rios College Federation of Teachers, AFT

Marine Engineers' Beneficial Association District 1-PCD

National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC)  #133

Office and Professional Employees International Union (OPEIU) #277

Office and Professional Employees International Union (OPEIU) #29

Office and Professional Employees International Union (OPEIU) #3

Professional Airways System Specialists, CA-1

United Union of Roofers, Waterproofers and Allied Workers

Sacramento City Teachers Association

Sacramento-Sierra Building & Construction Trades Council

Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 1000

Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 1021

Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 2015

Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 265

Service Employees International Union (SEIU) UHW, West

Service Employees International Union (SEIU) USWW

Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Workers United #75

Sheet Metal Workers Local #104

International Brotherhood of Teamsters #2010

International Brotherhood of Teamsters #856

United Automobile, Aerospace, Agricultural & Implement Workers (UAW) #2350

United Auto Workers, (UAW) University of California Student Workers #2865

United Auto Workers (UAW), Union of University Post Docs #5810

United Auto Workers Retirees

UNITE HERE! Local #49

United Public Employees of California/LiUNA, #792

United Domestic Workers of America (UDWA)

University Professional & Technical Employees (UPTE-CWA) #9119

Earn While You Learn

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Apprenticeship Programs

Monthly Union Affiliate Delegate Meetings:

Third Tuesdays 6:00pm

Sacramento Labor Hall

2840 El Centro Road

Sacramento, CA 95833

Meet Our Executive Board Team


EXECUTIVE BOARD OFFICERS

PRESIDENT
Yvonne Walker
SEIU Local 1000


EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBERS


Joaquin Chavez
CWA-UPTE 9119


Mike Johnson
Firefighters Local 522


Steve Crouch
Stationary Engineers Local 39


Armando Guerrero
Sheet Metal Local 104

 

D’Elman Clark

IBEW Local 340

VICE-PRESIDENT

Dean Murakami

AFT Local 2279

 

 

Ralph Niz
Amalgamated Transit Union Local 256


Aamir Deen
UNITE HERE Local 49


William Flinn
California Nurses Association

Nilda Garcia
IBEW, Local 1245

John Tweedt
IUPAT, Local 767

RECORDING SECRETARY

Robert Longer

CWA, District 9


 

Tracey Surette
CSEA Chapter 127


Nicole Rice
UFCW, Local 8


William Reed
UDWA 3930


Andrew Gross-Gaitan
SEIU USWW

Contact the CLC Executive Board
Meet Our Staff


EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Fabrizio Sasso
Fabrizio@SacramentoLabor.org


COMMUNITY SERVICES DIRECTOR

Greg Larkins

GLarkins@SacramentoLabor.org

OFFICE MANAGER

Teresa Villasenor

Teresa@SacramentoLabor.org

FIELD DIRECTOR

Volma Volcy

Volma@SacramentoLabor.org

STRATEGIC PLANNING DIRECTOR

Tamie Dramer

Tamie@SacramentoLabor.org