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WWRC is Hiring a Communications Specialist

Communications Specialist Based in Ontario, CA The Warehouse Worker Resource Center is seeking an experienced Communications Specialist to develop and execute a create communications strategy that centers workers and supports a growing and dynamic nonprofit organization. About the Warehouse Worker Resource Center The WWRC is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of warehouse […]

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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 […]


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 […]


The Public Health Crisis Hidden in Amazon Warehouses

In a new report published today by Human Impact Partners (HIP) and Warehouse Worker Resource Center (WWRC), The Public Health Crisis Hidden in Amazon Warehouses details Amazon’s inhumane performance quotas and surveillance practices. As COVID-19 shelter in place orders surge Amazon usage, its workplace policies are triggering a California public health crisis impacting thousands of […]


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WWRC is Hiring a Campaign Coordinator

Campaign Coordinator Based in Ontario, CA The Warehouse Worker Resource Center is seeking an experienced Campaign Coordinator to bring together warehouse workers, community allies and Inland Region residents to support our campaigns and programs. About the Warehouse Worker Resource Center The WWRC is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of warehouse workers and […]


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WWRC and Legal Aid at Work are Hiring a Community Legal Services Fellow

Legal Aid at Work seeks a Legal Fellow for its Community Legal Services Program to help expand its services in   San Bernardino County.  The Fellow’s work will be conducted in partnership with the Warehouse Worker Resource Center (WWRC), a community-based organization in Ontario, California, that focuses on improving working conditions in the warehousing industry […]


Worker Complaints Lead to Cal/OSHA Citations at Amazon for COVID-Related Violations

After months of complaints from workers, Cal/OSHA cited Amazon on October 6th for safety failures in its response to COVID-19 outbreaks at two major warehouses in Southern California: the LGB3 Fulfillment Center in Eastvale and the DLA8 Delivery Station in Hawthorne.   Workers filed complaints with Cal/OSHA because they were tired of a company run […]


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WWRC is Hiring a Senior Organizer

 Senior Organizer  The Warehouse Worker Resource Center is seeking an experienced Senior Organizer to grow the leadership of warehouse workers by developing and carrying out strategic campaigns for a growing and dynamic nonprofit organization.   About the Warehouse Worker Resource Center The WWRC is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of warehouse workers […]


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WWRC is Hiring a Communications Coordinator

Communications Coordinator   About the Warehouse Worker Resource Center The WWRC is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of the thousands of workers in the supply chains of major retailers across Southern California through education, advocacy and action.  We educate workers and community members about their rights in the community and the workplace. […]


Statement on Police Brutality and the Current Uprising

On the Police Killing of Black People and the Current Uprising   We grieve for the lives of Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, Tony Mcdade, Ahmaud Arbery, Nina Pop and countless other Black people killed by police. We stand in solidarity with those who are rising up against police brutality, white supremacy and racial injustice across the nation […]


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