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  • Local 1-S At The RWDSU Convention in Atlanta

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Leafleting at Macy's Herald Square

RWDSU members and other worker activists distributed leaflets today outside of Macy’s Herald Square, the retail chain’s flagship location, to remind customers doing their Memorial Day Sales shopping that Local 1-S members are “the real magic of Macy’s.” Continue reading

Hillary Clinton Meets with Macy's Workers

Today, in Las Vegas, Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton met with hard-working retail workers from across the industry at the UFCW Political and Legislative Conference. Clinton discussed the issues impacting them, their families, and co-workers.  During the meeting, the workers talked about their day-to-day challenges, including workplace intimidation, scheduling and unpredictable hours.   Continue reading

Macy's workers vote to authorize strike

Last week, nearly 5,000 RWDSU Local 1-S members at four Macy’s stores in the New York City area voted to authorize a strike if a fair contract isn’t negotiated by June 15. The vote was held last night, the day before Macy’s annual shareholder’s meeting, and reinforces members’ refusal to accept the unfair demands management are currently making. Continue reading

Rally for a Fair Contract!

RWDSU Local 1-S is holding a rally for a fair contract in Herald Square on Thursday, June 2nd from 11:30am to 2:00pm. Come out and show your union pride!  

1-S Members Meet with Macy's Labor Relations Team

As contract negotiations get underway, Local 1-S members gathered at the union office to hear from Chanell Davis, Macy's Vice President of Human Resources, and her labor relations team. Local 1-S President Ken Bordieri addresses membership.     Continue reading

Local 1-S Member Addresses White House Summit

RWDSU Local 1-S member and Macy’s employee Kay Thompson addressed the White House Summit on Working Families in Washington D.C. in June. The summit was a forum created by the White House to examine work-life balance and policies that further workers’ stability and economic security. President Barack Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama, and Vice President Joe Biden and his wife Jill attended and addressed the forum.   Continue reading