Equal Pay Advocates Cheer New Massachusetts Law On Salary ConsiderationsMassachusetts has enacted a law that prevents potential employers from using a job candidate’s past salary as a consideration for future compensation.
BART Struggles To Fill Engineering JobsBART doesn't have enough engineers to handle its growing workload and is having a problem filling dozens of openings for engineers.
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.
Gov. Jerry Brown Rips Florida Governor Over ‘Silly’ Attempt To Lure JobsCalifornia's governor is ripping into Florida Gov. Rick Scott and his latest effort to try to convince companies to move to Florida.
Smoking Could Make Finding A Job More Difficult, Study ShowsIf you’re a smoker, your habit may be burning your job prospects.
Study: Bay Area Can't Keep Up With Job, Income Growth In Silicon ValleyMore jobs and more money may sound like the formula for a successful economy, but in the case of Silicon Valley, there are so many jobs and so much money the Bay Area can't keep up.
California's Solar Industry Adds 20,000 Jobs In 2015The sun certainly shone on solar jobs last year, with California’s solar industry adding over 20,000 jobs in 2015, up 35 percent from the previous year.
Job Creation At Tesla Gigafactory Slower Than First ProjectedElectric carmaker Tesla's northern Nevada battery plant is creating jobs more slowly than first projected, although state officials say it's still making satisfactory progress.
AC Transit Hiring 100 New EmployeesThe Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District is hiring 100 new bus operators and 25 journey-level mechanics in the next 90 days.
Workers, Activists Meet With U.S. Labor Secretary Over 'Gig' Jobs That Offer No BenefitsThere is a new push to make sure that the thousands of people in the Bay Area working jobs that provide full-time work but no full-time benefits are not having their rights violated, which is why workers and activists met Tuesday with the US Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez.
San Francisco Attorney Helps Clients To Understand Legal ProcessDan Roth, a criminal defense attorney with his own practice, shares details about his career and all that it entails.