Leaders of San Francisco Muni’s transit operators’ union on Tuesday defended their right to strike if labor negotiations break down with the agency.
The union representing San Francisco’s bus drivers and train operators is threatening to strike, even though their existing contract prohibits it.
The outcome of the council’s vote was by no means guaranteed, after one councilmember threw a bit of a curveball in the negotiations late last week.
Contract talks between 600 restaurant workers at San Francisco International Airport and The SFO Airport Restaurant Employer Council disintegrated this week when the management group released a press release.
Both sides in an ongoing San Francisco hotel boycott are once again at each other’s throats as they try to reach an agreement on a new contract.
SAN JOSE, Calif. (KCBS)_ The city of San Jose and its firefighters are still not seeing eye to eye over contract terms. With firefighters turning down a pay and benefits package, something new may be […]
OAKLAND, Calif. (KCBS/CC TIMES) 11th hour negotiations have broken down between the city of Oakland and the police officers union, meaning 80 police officers are expected to be without jobs come Monday.