Pay Up: Gov. Brown, Lawmakers Get Raises For 4th Straight YearAn appointed citizen panel voted Wednesday to give Gov. Jerry Brown and other top elected officials 4 percent pay raises for the fourth year in a row, after slashing their salaries at the height of the recession.
Palo Alto Police, Firefighters Get Raises To Deal With High Housing PricesPalo Alto has taken the expensive step of offering raises to city workers, including police and firefighters, in an effort to help more employees live closer to where they work.
$1,000 Bonuses For BART Workers As System Limps AlongAs BART is getting ready to ask voters for $3.5 billion in bonds to keep the system running, and amid rising rider frustration over a track problem in the East Bay, the agency is handing out $1,000 bonuses to many of its workers.
Microsoft CEO Apologizes After Saying Women Don't Need To Ask For A Raise, Have 'Faith In The System'Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella says women don’t need to ask for a raise. They should just trust the system—one that at technology companies is overwhelmingly male.
BART Directors Vote To Give Raises To General Manager, Top ExecutivesBART directors voted unanimously Thursday to give raises totaling about 3.7 percent this year to General Manager Grace Crunican and other top officials at the transit agency.
San Jose Gives Officers 11% Raise, Esquivel Named Permanent ChiefSan Jose has given its police officers an 11 percent raise in the hopes of stopping them from leaving the city for more lucrative jobs.
SJ Approves Pay Raises For Police; Councilman Says It’s Not EnoughThe San Jose City Council approved budget on Tuesday aimed at rebuilding services with a focus on public safety—a big concern in the city where the crime rate is rising and the police staff is declining.
San Jose Police, City Officials Butting Heads Over PayThe San Jose Police Officers Association is asking for a 16 percent raise over the next three years, in part to keep officers in the department.
CSU Trustees Approve Salary Increase For Campus PresidentsThe trustees of California State University approved 10 and 9 percent salary increases Tuesday for three new campus presidents, including San Francisco State's new president.
CSU Trustees Approve Executive Pay RaisesThe California State University trustees have given the green light to executive pay raises. That means that the new presidents of the Fullerton and East Bay campuses will receive 10 percent more in pay than their immediate predecessors.
CSU Educators Join Strike In Hayward Over Contract DisputeCalifornia State University faculty from throughout the state were pouring in to two of the system’s 23 campuses Thursday morning to participate in a one-day strike.
Oakland Police Officers Ratify Contract With CutsThe Oakland Police Officer's Association has ratified a contract that includes a pension cut, two-tiered pay scale system and will also allow for the rehiring of 22 officers laid off last year.