UC Berkeley Labor Protester's Rough Arrest Condemned by UnionOrganizers said the arrest of a black man at a protest of pay inequality in the UC system in Berkeley on Thursday indicates the university is honoring the repressive legacy of the Jim Crow South.
Construction Boss Accused Of Scamming, Imprisoning Undocumented WorkersThe owner of a construction company in Hayward accused of preying on undocumented workers who say they were locked away at night for months has repeatedly faced charges of cheating immigrant laborers.
San Francisco School District, Teachers Agree On New ContractThe San Francisco Unified School District and the United Educators of San Francisco have reached a tentative agreement for a total compensation package of 16 percent, officials announced Sunday.
Tesla Fires Hundreds of Workers as Part of Annual ReviewsThe housecleaning swept out workers in administrative and sales jobs, in addition to Tesla's manufacturing operations.
S.F. Gets 'Gig'y With New Strategy To Support Freelance WorkersSan Francisco has launched a strategy supporting freelancers and the self-employed in response to the "gig economy" labor market that focuses contract and freelance work.
Ronald Reagan, Union Leader And Buster, To Be Inducted Into U.S. Labor Hall Of HonorFormer Pres. Reagan, a one-time Hollywood union leader who fired 11,000 air traffic controllers and crushed their union, will be inducted into the Labor Department's Labor Hall of Honor.
Caltrans Mounts Statewide Campaign To Fill More Than 1,100 JobsOpen positions are in maintenance, human resources, legal, engineering, information technology and environmental planning.
Tentative Deal Averts Sunnyvale City Workers StrikeCity officials and negotiators for Sunnyvale's unionized city employees reached a tentative agreement on a new contract early Monday, averting a planned walkout.
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.
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.