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WWRC Plays a Key Role in a Nearly $1.4M Wage Fine by Labor Commissioner

About 100 La Mina de Oro employees experienced wage justice recently as the Labor Commissioner cited the Riverside perfume and fragrance wholesale distributor close to $1.4 million for wage-related violations. The two violations, issued February 2021 and May 2021, resulted from worker complaints stemming three years ago. Warehouse Worker Resource Center (WWRC), a nonprofit worker […]

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In Partnership with Legal Aid at Work, We’re Hiring for a Legal Fellow

We’re partnering with Legal Aid at Work and seeking a Legal Fellow for their Community Legal Services Program to help expand its services in San Bernardino County.  Legal Aid at Work is a nonprofit legal services organization that has been assisting low-income, working families for more than 100 years.  This is a one-year, grant funded […]


#NoTechForICE, WWRC Demands at Amazon Warehouse in San Bernardino

Last week, the Warehouse Worker Resource Center participated in an action coordinated between different organizations both in the region and internationally which aimed at targeting Amazon’s relationships with law enforcement agencies, particularly, their contracts with ICE. The action took place on the first of Amazon’s two prime days this year. These days are known for […]



Holding San Bernardino to a Higher Standard

What now stands as the San Bernardino International Airport was once the Norton Air Force Base. As a sprawling military facility employing scores of people from the surrounding communities, it represented the region’s pathway to economic sanctity through industrialization. It has been more than 25 years since the Norton Air Force Base of San Bernardino […]


WWRC Hits The Streets for May 1 2017

WWRC leaders hit the streets in Los Angeles, Long Beach and Riverside today, standing in global solidarity as workers, immigrants and community members. May Day Los Angeles  


Dozens of Cal Cartage Workers Terminated- We Are Fighting Back

This morning,warehouse workers are at the Los Angeles Harbor Commission demanding that California Cartage retain employment for all workers at their warehouse at the port.  Cal Cartage appears to be violating the City Service Worker Retention Policy by not keeping workers on the job after changing staffing agencies this Monday.  This retaliatory action will not stand. […]


Sign the Petition: No Retaliation at the Port!

This week, on City of Los Angeles property, hundreds of workers who have faced wage theft, health and safety violations, are now facing mass retaliation for organizing.   This Friday, April 30, California Cartage is terminating all employees of staffing agency AMR/SSI- including dozens of workers who have actively and publicly spoken up for their […]


Senator Connie Leyva Introduces Legislation on Indoor Heat

California State Senator Connie Leyva has been a friend of warehouse workers from the beginning, when she was leader of United Food and Commercial Workers Local 1428.  In 2011, she witnessed firsthand the conditions Walmart-contracted warehouse workers face in the Inland Empire, including the severe heat that has led to Cal/OSHA citing facilities in Chino for not having […]


Congressman Mark Takano Supports Eastvale Walmart Warehouse Workers

In Eastvale, California, Olivet International warehouse workers, who move suitcases for Walmart, have been fighting for a safe workplace for over 2 years. Olivet now is trying to push out these workers and replace them with temp workers by cutting their hours, attacking workers’ families by having work schedules that change day to day and trying […]


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