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23rd Quadrennial RWDSU Convention

You are hereby notified that the 23rd Quadrennial Convention of the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union will convene from Thursday, March 1st through Sunday March 4th, 2018.  Furthermore, you are hereby notified that the Eighth Regular Convention of the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union will convene beginning Monday, April 23rd and concluding on Friday, April 27th, 2018. This will serve to inform you that nomination of delegates to the convention shall take place on Monday, January 22, 2018 at All Saint Church, 230 East 60th Street, New York, New York, 4:30pm and 6:30pm.

The Union Can Help You Pay For Childcare!

  Childcare is expensive. But help is available. Hundreds of your fellow union members have already received thousands of dollars through RWDSU to help them cover the costs of childcare service. The application process is simple. If you are struggling to pay for childcare, please reach out and we can get your application started.  CONTACT US CALL (212) 371-6230or EMAIL local3.rwdsu@gmail.com

Welcome To The New Website!

RWDSU Local 3 has a new website! You'll find the same resources as the old site with a fresh new look. Let us know what you think!

Bloomingdale's Workers Ratify Historic Contract

Contract Includes Company Recognition of Commission Losses from Online Sales and Will Help Pull Workers Out of Deficit to the Fortune 200 Company.   Today, Local 3 members of the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union (RWDSU-UFCW), who work at Bloomingdale’s iconic 59th Street flagship store, ratified the first ever contract that recognizes workers struggling with diminished wages from online sales over the past five years. The hard-fought contract, which was settled nearly 13 hours after expiration on the afternoon of Monday, May 1, acknowledges the increasing number of non-sales tasks that workers have been asked to do since the company began pushing customers to shop online in 2012.    Continue reading