University Of California Braces For 3-Day Employee StrikeThe University of California's largest employee union says its 25,000 workers will begin a three-day strike starting Monday to protest stalled contract negotiations and alleged racial and gender disparities.
Teachers At 20 Oakland Public Schools Work Minimum Hours, Claim Slow Progress In Contract TalksTeachers at about 20 Oakland public schools are working the minimum number of required hours in a labor action to protest the slow pace of contract negotiations, teacher union president Trish Gorham said Friday.
AC Transit Announces Tentative Agreement With UnionAC Transit and the union representing its drivers and mechanics have been talking for the past two weeks ago, hoping to hammer out a deal before a 60-day cooling off period ends on Sunday.
BART Contract Talks Resume This Week BART and its two biggest labor unions returned to the bargaining table Wednesday to make another attempt to resolve a dispute over a contract provision that calls for employees to receive up to six weeks of paid family medical leave annually.
BART Talks Done For Rest Of Week As Deadline Looms CloserThe region appeared to be headed for another Bay Area Rapid Transit Strike after BART management on Wednesday suddenly called off contract talks for the rest of the week.
BART Negotiations Resume With Union Reiterating Safety ConcernsThe Bay Area could see the start of another BART strike as early as October 11th if negotiations that resumed this week fail to lead to an agreement.
BART Board President, Unions Frustrated By Lack Of Labor TalksBoth sides in the Bay Area Rapid Transit labor dispute are talking about the lack of progress in negotiations, since the 60-day cooling off period started nearly a month ago.
BART Warns Passengers Of Potential Strike In Coming WeeksBART is warning its passengers that there could be a strike by one or more of its employee unions in the next several weeks, but one union representative thinks that warning is premature.
BART Management Requests Mediator For Stalled Contract NegotiationsBART management has requested assistance from a state mediator because of stalled contract negotiations with its labor unions, the transit agency announced Tuesday.
BART Contract Talks To Begin; Agency Spends $400K On NegotiatorBART's labor unions say they’re upset that the transit district will spend $400,000 for a private negotiator for contract talks set to begin next week.
Union Questions Timing Of Report About BART Sick-Outs, Replacement Worker CostsSix weeks before BART begins new contract talks with one of its transit workers' unions, a new report has surfaced that sheds light on the practice by some employees of not showing up for work.
United Airlines Pilots Picket At SFO, Contract Talks In Slow MotionUnited Airlines pilots spent part of their morning on informational picket lines at San Francisco International Airport. Among their complaints were outsourced jobs and slow contract talks that have taken up the last three years.
Thousands Of Nurses Walk Off Job In Northern California Sutter StrikeMore than 4,000 registered nurses at 10 Sutter Health hospitals in Northern California are walking off the job in Tuesday’s May Day protests.
23 SF City Workers Arrested In March Over Pay Hikes For OfficialsTwenty-three protesters were detained following a rally and march in San Francisco Wednesday that called on top city officials to forgo pay raises they are set to receive later this year.
San Jose Police Contract Talks Break Down; More Layoffs ComingThe collapse of a last-minute deal with the police union on Wednesday means an additional 156 police officers will be laid off, on top of the 195 officer positions already slated for elimination, San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed said.