• Unions Make Us Stronger

    When workers stick together as a union they have bargaining power and a collective voice that they don't have when they aren't unionized, putting workers in a position to better their lives.

  • You Are The Union!

    Be a part of a larger movement to improve the lives of working men and women in the workplace and in their communities. UFCW 951 is your union.

  • It Pays To Belong

    UFCW 951 membership means you receive meaningful discounts on events and valuable services, along with access to scholarships and other money-saving opportunities.

  • Strength In Numbers

    UFCW 951 members have the strength and security of a union contract, and more than 30,000 local members and 1.3 million international members protecting their rights.

  • You Have A Voice!

    Union membership means you'll be in a position to get better wages, benefits, working conditions and job security.



UFCW 951 has negotiated special rates for members and their immediate family on both Aflac’s Accident and their Critical Illness coverage plans. UFCW 951 group rates are 25 to 50 percent less than Aflac’s individual rates.

Find Your Representative

Your UFCW 951 representative is here to help you get the most out of your union membership. Your union rep can help with contract questions, grievance procedures, workplace issues, information about union events and programs and more.

Legal Services Program

UFCW 951’s members-only legal services plan makes times when you or a family member need an attorney a little less stressful and easier on your finances.
Labor Union Facts
Did you know?
  • The roots of our country's trade unions extend deep into the early history of America. Several of the Pilgrims arriving at Plymouth Rock in 1620 were working craftsmen.
  • In the 1820s, various unions led the effort to reduce the working day from 12 to 10 hours. In 1898, the United Mine Workers won the eight hour work day.
  • In 2013, union workers’ wages averaged 27 percent more than their nonunion counterparts.
  • Paid breaks are a union-won right, not a legal protection. There is no law requiring employers to give adult employees a paid break.