Who We Are
The Warehouse Worker Resource Center is a nonprofit organization founded in 2011 dedicated to improving working conditions in the warehouse industry in Southern California. We focus on education, advocacy and action to transform the lives of workers and community members living in the shadows of the largest warehouses in the country. Read more.
More than 200,000 community members in the Inland Empire work inside large warehouses for companies like Amazon, Home Depot, Target and Walmart.
Warehouse workers in the Inland Empire are paid less than $20 an hour on average and endure labor-intensive and physically-damaging working conditions.
Workers in the warehousing and logistics industry are prone to high injury rates compared to others, making it almost certain that they will experience injury on the job.
The WWRC provides free legal services to workers in the Inland Empire.
The first step is to join one of our free legal clinics. We host them the fourth Wednesday of the month and they are open to workers paid low wages in the Inland Empire. Follow the link to schedule a spot today.