More than 500 San Francisco city workers made more than Governor Jerry Brown last year and almost 200 of them made in excess of $200,000.
For the second time in four months, California State University faculty are being asked to vote on a possible statewide strike.
Taiwan’s Foxconn Technology Group says it has raised wages by up to 25 percent for its Chinese workers who assemble electronic gadgets for Apple Inc. and other global brands.
A state senator has proposed capping the pay of California State University campus presidents and holding their salary negotiations in public.
Muni operators will be voting next week on a tentative agreement that is expected to save the financially-strapped agency millions annually.
Leaders of San Francisco Muni’s transit operators’ union on Tuesday defended their right to strike if labor negotiations break down with the agency.
The union representing San Francisco’s bus drivers and train operators is threatening to strike, even though their existing contract prohibits it.
More than a dozen state agencies paid some of their top executives more than $300,000 in 2009. That information comes as part of an ambitious effort by the state controller to make government employee compensation public after last year’s scandal in Bell.
Contra Costa County supervisors said there will be some “extremely serious” economic issues that they’ll have to tackle this year.
Google Inc. has given its top executives a 30 percent salary bump, bigger than the 10 percent raise it gave its rank-and-file this week.