The Snohomish County Labor Council and Its Purpose
The Snohomish County Labor Council is a federation of 63 unions in Snohomish County. Those unions represent 42,000 working families for the purpose of bargaining wages/salaries and working conditions with their employers.
The Labor Council and its member unions are dedicated to helping workers organize their workplaces so that they are ensured economic justice and dignity.
Wed, January 23, 2019
Where: Everett Labor Temple, 2810 Lombard, Room 207
Delegates from member unions attend monthly meetings on the 4th Wednesday of each month at 6 p.m. The meetings are held at the Labor Temple, 2812 Lombard, Everett 98201. Directions
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