Vote NO on Prop 22

Uber, Lyft, and Doordash are spending $181 million to pass Prop 22. If they win, there will be a race to the bottom because corporations that do not follow basic labor laws, like minimum wage and workers’ compensation, will have an unfair advantage. Union jobs in hospitality, construction, retail, public transit and many other industries […]

Stop Corporate Greed: Vote YES on Prop 15 and NO on Prop 22

For years, corporations have used shady tactics to avoid paying their fair share in California. YES on Prop 15 and NO on Prop 22 will hold wealthy CEOs accountable so that our workforce, schools, and communities can thrive. This November, vote YES on Prop 15 and No on Prop 22 to put an end to […]

NBC Bay Area: “Hundreds Gather for Labor Day Protest in San Francisco”

Yesterday we showed Marriott, Lyft, and the San Francisco Giants that when workers are under attack, we fight back – even during COVID-19! Click here to watch NBC Bay Area’s coverage of our powerful Labor Day action.

Labor Day Action: Fight Back!

ACTION ALERT: Monday September 7th MARCH: Assemble at Yerba Buena Park at 3:45pm CAR CARAVAN: Meet at Yerba Buena Park in front of St. Patrick Church at 3:45pm Join the San Francisco Labor Council, SEIU Local 87, and UNITE HERE Local 2 to reclaim Labor Day for workers. We’ll have a march and car caravan to […]

USA TODAY: Oracle Park workers demand help from SF Giants

BIG NEWS: USA TODAY reports on ballpark workers’ powerful campaign for justice. Click here to read the article. “It’s devastating. I [used to work] three jobs and [now they’re all] gone,” said Connie Sarmiento, a cashier at Oracle Park. “They’re billionaires,” she said of the Giants. “This is the right time to show their support for […]

Oracle Park PROTEST: Giants v. Dodgers!

Click here for full info on Facebook event page! Hundreds of us came to last week’s protest – but that was just the beginning. After our protest, the Giants’ food service subcontractor Bon Appetit sent workers an important email: “We apologize for the previous communication terminating your employment at the ballpark. This letter rescinds our […]

Safety First!

We asked the Hotel industry to negotiate with us about a SAFE reopening. Rather than deal with us in a constructive manner they are embarking on a PR campaign, telling the public that Local 2 and the city government are very unfair to them. These are the four main elements of our proposal: Safety First! […]

BIG ACTION: SF Giants, do right by stadium workers!

Click here for full info on Facebook event page! Friday, Aug. 14 at 6PM! Baseball is back, but the Giants are leaving stadium workers behind. We’re planning a BIG action – join us for a SOCIAL DISTANCE PICKET or CAR CARAVAN before the Giants vs. A’s game on Friday Aug. 14 at 6PM. We have […]

Baseball’s Stadium Workers Are Getting Peanuts From the Billionaire Owners

The MLB has started its COVID-19 season, but billionaire owners are leaving stadium workers out in the cold. We refuse to be left behind after all our years serving Giants fans – Oracle Park workers are going to fight back! Read more about our fight in The Nation.

Allocation Meeting Update

Core Committee Leaders met on Monday July 27, 2020 and adopted the Executive Board’s recommendation to allocate money for pension and wages from the $1.45 per hour increase that we are receiving this year per the class A San Francisco hotel’s contract. The money will be distributed as follows: 46 cents goes to our pension […]