Oakland Raiders Agree To $1.25 Million Settlement With Former CheerleadersThe Oakland Raiders have agreed to pay a $1.25 million settlement to a group of 100 former cheerleaders who claimed they were underpaid.
U.S. Regulators Say Google Underpaid Female EmployeesGovernment investigators looking into how Google pays its employees accused the tech giant of shortchanging women.
Minimum Wage Increases With New Year in San Jose, Oakland and RichmondMinimum wage workers in 3 of the Bay Area's largest cities are set to get a raise in the New Year.
Santa Clara Court Workers Return To Work After 8-Day StrikeSanta Clara County Superior Court workers returned to their jobs Monday after an eight-day strike that ended when their union reached a tentative agreement on a new contract last week and ratified it over the weekend.
Striking Santa Clara County Court Workers Willing To Enter MediationA union representing nearly 400 Santa Clara County Superior Court workers on strike for a sixth day Wednesday calling for a pay raise is willing to enter negotiations with the court.
Santa Clara County Court Workers To Continue StrikeA strike by a union representing hundreds of Santa Clara County Superior Court employees demanding pay raises they say are long overdue will continue Thursday.
Starbucks Raises Prices To Give Workers A RaiseExpect to pay more for your Venti Caramel Waffle Cone Frappuchino on your next trip to Starbucks.
Gov. Brown Approves Increased Family Leave PayCalifornia's Democratic governor is increasing the amount of pay employers must give workers who take time off to care for their family.
Alex Morgan And Teammates Sue US Soccer Over Wages Five female players from the World Cup-winning U.S. national team have accused the U.S. Soccer Federation of wage discrimination in an action filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Minor League Baseball Labor Lawsuit Against MLB Can Proceed As Class ActionA federal magistrate conditionally ruled in San Francisco Tuesday that a labor lawsuit by minor league baseball players against Major League Baseball and 22 clubs can proceed as a class action on behalf of an estimated 10,000 to 12,000 present and former players.
Bay Area Workers Earning Nearly 50 Percent More Than Average U.S. EmployeeSan Francisco-area workers earn around 47 percent more than the U.S. average, according to statistics released today by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics.
San Jose Firefighters Get Their First Pay Raise Since 2008For San Jose firefighters, there is finally a clear path ahead when it comes to their future with the city.