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.
California Sues Forever 21 Over Alleged Discriminatory 'English-Only' PolicyForever 21 violated state civil rights laws and discriminated against Spanish-speaking employees when it adopted an English-only policy at its flagship San Francisco store, according to a lawsuit filed by the State of California.
11,000 Workers Walk Off Job at UC Campuses Across CaliforniaMore than 11,000 clerical and administrative support workers are on a one-day strike against the 10-campus University of California system and medical centers.
12,000 UC Staffers To Stage 1-Day WalkoutThousands of clerical and support staff throughout the University of California system will stage a one-day walkout Tuesday in sympathy with striking workers at UCLA.
University Of California Labor Union Survey Shows Workers Struggle To EatLow pay keeps thousands of University of California support workers struggling to fend off hunger and make ends meet, according to survey.
Striking Santa Clara County Court Workers Reach Tentative Contract AgreementThe Santa Clara County Superior Court Professional Employees Association entered mediation with the court on Wednesday and reached a tentative contract agreement Friday afternoon.
Overtime Pay Available To Millions Of U.S. Workers Under New RulesMillions of U.S. workers will become eligible for overtime pay under new rules issued Wednesday by President Obama's administration.
Tesla Responds To Report Of Using Foreign Workers In Fremont PlantTesla responded to a report that the electric car maker has been using foreign workers to expand its Fremont manufacturing plant.
State Minimum Wage Jumps To $15 An Hour By 2022Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill into law Monday giving California the nation's highest statewide minimum wage of $15 an hour by 2022.
Sonoma Winemaker, Labor Contractor To Pay Penalties For Poor Worker Housing ConditionsA farm labor contractor and a winemaker must pay $42,300 in penalties for providing poor housing conditions to farm workers in Sonoma County, U.S. Department of Labor officials said.
August Jobs Report Better Than It Looks As Investors Eye Possible Fed Rate HikeAugust hiring isn't getting anyone excited, but it still could result in a fed rate hike
Gov. Brown Signs Bill Removing ‘Alien’ In Labor Code To Describe ImmigrantsGov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill to remove the term "alien" from the California labor code to describe foreign-born workers.