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.
Amazon Cited for Failing to Keep Workers Safe
The Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued new citations to Amazon for failing to keep warehouse workers safe after the federal agency carried out an unprecedented group of coordinated inspections at Amazon warehouses and found overwhelming evidence of work processes that subject workers to serious hazards and injuries.
We helped pass the Warehouse Worker Protection Act, or AB 701. The new California law makes quotas explicit and curbs workplace injuries.
After workers took action to stop COVID outbreaks at two major warehouses, LGB3 Fulfillment Center in Eastvale and DLA8 Delivery Station in Hawthorne, the state of California cited Amazon.
About 100 workers won back wages stolen from them by their employer at a warehouse in Riverside.