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.
Construction Workers In San Jose Urge Developers To Hire LocallyConstruction workers in the South Bay hit the streets to urge developers to "do the right thing" and hire locally.
Uber's Contract Workers Lose Court Bid To Be Classified As EmployeesUber’s contract workers must resolve their differences through individual actions, rather than as a group, a court ruled Wednesday.
Indulge Your Inner Know-It-All: Labor Day EditionLabor Day facts to make you the Resident Smarty Pants at your weekend BBQ
Black Lives Matter Supporters Chain Themselves To Oakland Police Union BuildingProtesters chained themselves to the doors of the Oakland Police Officers' Association offices.
CCSF Faculty Goes On Strike For First Time In Their Union's HistoryCity College of San Francisco faculty members went on strike Wednesday morning for the first time in their union's history to protest the administration's salary offer to teachers.
Proposal To Allow Uber Drivers, Other Independent Contractors Unionize WithdrawnA longshot proposal to allow Uber drivers and all other independent contractors in California to unionize is being withdrawn.
$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.
Hundreds Of Construction Workers At Tesla's Gigafactory Walk Off The JobHundreds of union construction workers walked off the job at Tesla Motors' battery manufacturing plant in northern Nevada on Monday to protest what union organizers say is the increased hiring of out-of-state workers for less pay.
Union VP Accused Of Assaulting Process Server Outside Kensington Home, Intimidating CopThe vice president of a union representing two million members has been accused of assaulting a process server at his Kensington home, and intimidating a police officer investigating the incident.
Seattle Gives OK To Rideshare Drivers Hoping To UnionizeSeattle on Monday became the first city in the nation to allow drivers of ride-hailing companies such as Uber and Lyft to unionize over pay and working conditions.
DMV Employee Files Grievance Over Agency's Strict 'Potty Policy'A Sacramento DMV office is setting strict limits on employee bathroom breaks and even docking workers' pay if the they take too long.

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