West Coast Dockworkers To Vote On Labor-Peace Deal At S.F. MeetingWest Coast seaports could get long-term labor peace if dockworkers approve a new contract extension.
Labor Department Awards $1.66M To Aid Laid-Off Silicon Valley WorkersThe U.S. Labor Department awarded a grant of $1.66 million to continue employment services for laid off Silicon Valley workers.
U.S. Regulators Say Google Underpaid Female EmployeesGovernment investigators looking into how Google pays its employees accused the tech giant of shortchanging women.
Minimum Wage Increases With New Year in San Jose, Oakland and RichmondMinimum wage workers in 3 of the Bay Area's largest cities are set to get a raise in the New Year.
Starbucks Raises Prices To Give Workers A RaiseExpect to pay more for your Venti Caramel Waffle Cone Frappuchino on your next trip to Starbucks.
New Business: Auto Suppliers Expected To Usher In Hundreds Of JobsAn auto supplier is set to build a new plant in Detroit and create as many as 750 new jobs.
Business Owners: Ask These 5 Questions When Interviewing Potential New EmployeesA decade from now, this tech-savvy, team-orientated generation will account for 75 percent of the nation’s workforce.
How To Write A Job Description According To The ExpertsWhether you’ve never hired employees before, or you have lots of experience in the hiring process, it all starts with a well-written and thorough job description.
Firing An Employee? Check Out These 4 Tips For Avoiding A LawsuitWhile it's no small business owner's idea of a good time, it sometimes becomes necessary to fire an employee.
Oakland Soul Food Restaurant Serves Up Second Chances To Ex-ConvictsAn Bay Area soul food restaurant has become a model for hiring ex-prisoners, and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has taken notice.
Smoking Could Make Finding A Job More Difficult, Study ShowsIf you’re a smoker, your habit may be burning your job prospects.
State Senator Proposes Adding Race, Ethnicity To Fair Pay LawThe proposal by Sen. Isadore Hall would add "race or ethnicity" to the requirement that employers justify any pay discrepancies between men and women who do "substantially similar" work.