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Congratulations to our 2021 Worker Co-op Award winners!

Congratulations to our 2021 Worker Co-op Award winners! Para ver esta publicación en español haga clic aquí   As...

5 important numbers know about the USFWC Worker Benefits Program

It’s open enrollment time at the USFWC, which means now is the time to select next year’s health-related benefits...

Our 2020 Annual Report is now available

2020 was a challenging yet illuminating year for our cooperative community.  From the global pandemic and financial crisis to...

Meet the 2021 Worker Ownership State Advocacy Fellows

Para español, haga clic aquí The USFWC is proud to announce its inaugural cohort of fellows for the Worker...

Online voting for the Board has been extended to October 17th!

Para español haga clic aquí USFWC members, it’s time to exercise your right and responsibility to elect the next...

The House Small Business Committee passes $500 million Co-op Lending Pilot Program

Para español, haga clíc aquí On Thursday, September 9, the House Small Business Committee passed a $25 billion bill...

Worker Co-op Week is taking place Nov. 3-5th – Submit a session application

  SAVE THE DATES! Worker Co-op Week is taking place November 3-5th, 2021. Para español haga clic aquí The...

Strengthen the Worker Co-op Movement in the U.S. — donate to the USFWC!

Lea esta publicación en español  The worker co-op movement is gaining momentum fast as many realize that after COVID-19,...

The USFWC Supports Downtown Crenshaw Rising in its bid to purchase the Baldwin Hills-Crenshaw Plaza Mall

As the national grassroots membership organization for worker cooperatives and democratic workplaces in the U.S., we know that economic...

Hearing on Massachusetts legislation on worker cooperatives, H.2021 and H.2059

Para español, haga clic aquí It is time again for a hearing on worker cooperatives in Massachusetts! As we...

The USFWC applauds Rep. Adam Smith and Sen. Amy Klobuchar on their introduction of the Emergency Economic and Workforce System Resiliency Act

Para español, haga clic aquí On July 16, 2021 Representative Adam Smith (D-Wash.) reintroduced the Emergency Economic and Workforce...

The USFWC is taking a slowdown this summer

Para Español, haga clic aquí Like so many people, our staff has been challenged to the max by COVID-19....

Transitions and growth at the USFWC

Para Español, haga clic aquí The Summer Solstice is here and the staff of the USFWC are taking some...

Statement on Developing Worker Cooperatives in Unionized Workplaces

Para español, haga click aquí   In this statement on developing worker cooperatives in unionized workplaces, the Union Coops...

Participate in the 2021 Census today!

Para español, haga clic aquí The Worker Cooperative Enterprise Census is the national, comprehensive opportunity to capture trends across...

Collective liberation, accountability, and our work to support Black communities

A year has passed since the murder of George Floyd touched off a summer of unprecedented protest and opened...

Call for support of the Capital for Cooperatives Act

In 2018, the USFWC, alongside national partners worked together to pass the Main Street Employee Ownership Act, a landmark...

May Startup Webinar

Register for our next Worker Co-op Startup Webinar, every first Friday of the month, at usworker.coop/calendar

April Startup Webinar

Find and register for our next Worker Co-op Startup Webinar at usworker.coop/calendar 

The American Rescue Plan Makes Big Changes to Healthcare – Here’s What You Need to Know

The latest COVID-19 stimulus bill (American Rescue Plan), signed by President Joe Biden on Thursday, March 11, has expanded...