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Mickey Kasparian,



  President's Message     April, 2015

UFCW Local 135 is well known for our outstanding tradition of excellence in representing the needs of working men and women.  We represent members in diversified groups such as meat cutters, clerks in supermarkets, drug stores and other retail outlets, pharmacists and pharmacy technicians, personnel in health care facilities, and processing plants.

As President of UFCW Local 135, I pledge to devote my office to the preservation and protection of the jobs and benefits we have won over the course of decades.

You can be proud that you are an integral part of an organization that cares about people while working in an industry that proudly serves our community.

Our officers and staff are dedicated to seeing that this union works for you.  I urge you to join your fellow members in a continuing commitment to making our union united and strong.

Local 135 APRIL 2015 Earnings: 
Jobs Reinstated:   7   Back Pay to Members: $8,032.82
Local 135 2015 Year to  Date Earnings: 
Jobs Reinstated: 48  Back Pay to Members:  $34,797.62
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*News and Events* 
05/22 *Yesterday UFCW Local 135 President Mickey Kasparian participated in a sit in at Rep. Scott Peters office to get Peters to vote NO Fast Track/ TPP. A meeting is scheduled for today to discuss the issue. Please continue calling his office at 858-455-5550 and ask him to vote and ask him to Vote NO on Fast Track TPP. See the video.*
05/21 *In a blow to Labor, today Fast-track legislation passed in the U.S. Senate in win for Obama. For more information, click here.*
05/20 *According to USA Today, Viejas Casino and Resort is #6 anywhere outside of Las Vegas. Congratulations to all at Viejas - and especially to our UFCW members!*
05/20 *LOS ANGELES — The nation’s second-largest city voted Tuesday to increase its minimum wage from $9 an hour to $15 an hour by 2020, in what is perhaps the most significant victory so far for labor groups and their allies who are engaged in a national push to raise the minimum wage.*

San Diego
4421 University Ave, CA 92105

1527 Mission Ave, CA 92058

05/19 *Reminder: El Super Boycott and Picketing Continues! Please come out and help. 3 Locations! Contact German Ramirez: gramirez@ufcw135.com

National City
3700 Highland Ave, CA 91950

San Diego
4421 University Ave, CA 92105

1527 Mission Ave, CA 92058*

05/18 *Over the weekend UFCW Local 135 President Mickey Kasparian was successful in gaining support from the California Democratic Party Labor Caucus and the Women's Caucus of our Assembly Bill 357 - Schedule Fairness.

It’s often hard to juggle work, school, family commitments and just time to yourself. For those who work in hourly jobs – particularly in retail – it becomes even more difficult when bosses can change, add or drop hours at the very last minute.

This can make it almost impossible to schedule personal appointments, childcare, classes or time with friends and family. Worse, uncertain scheduling means uncertain paychecks leaving workers not knowing how much income they can rely on to budget for even the essentials like housing and food.

We believe it is time to Schedule Fairness.*

We believe it is time to Schedule Fairness.


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