San Francisco Giants Lay Off 10 Percent of Employees Due to Pandemic Hurting RevenuesThe San Francisco Giants laid off 10% of the team’s full-time employees Thursday, blaming the dismissals on economic hardships caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus Update: United Airlines Warns Of Deep Layoffs, Asks Staff To Take 20 Unpaid Days OffUnited, which has a hub at San Francisco International Airport, has warned some of its staff that the airline will sharply reduce hours and staffing in the months to come.
Lyft To Cut 17% Of Staff, Furlough Hundreds More Due To Coronavirus PandemicLyft plans to cut nearly 1,000 staffers and furlough hundreds more as it grapples with the impact of the ongoing pandemic.
Coronavirus Update: San Jose Furloughing Part-Time Employees To Make Up For Revenue ShortfallsCity officials in San Jose have announced work furloughs for hundreds of part-time employees in non-essential jobs, citing at least $45 million in general fund "revenue shortfalls" by the end of the year.
Stanford Health Care Workers Facing Mandatory Furloughs Amid Coronavirus PandemicStanford Health Care workers are being forced to take mandatory furloughs during the coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus Update: Macy's Furloughing Workers Nationwide Including Bay Area StoresWith its San Francisco Bay Area stores and retail outlets across the country shuttered to prevent the spread of coronacvirus, Macy’s announced Monday it will furlough a majority of its 130,000 workers.
Fewer Geologists Monitoring California Quakes Due To Government ShutdownCalifornia earthquake monitoring may be taking a hit during the partial federal government shutdown. In Menlo Park doors were locked as all but 43 of 8,600 full-time staffed geologists with the U.S. Geological Survey were furloughed.
Gov't Shutdown Blame Game Starts With No End In SightThere were suggestions from leaders in both parties that the government shutdown, heading for its second day, could last for weeks and grow to encompass a possible default by the Treasury if Congress fails to raise the nation's debt ceiling.
Gov. Brown, State Lawmakers To Get Pay RaisesCalifornia lawmakers will get a pay raise of nearly $5,000 this year while the governor will see an increase of nearly $9,000 after a citizens’ panel voted Wednesday to restore some of the cuts it made during the recession.
Congress Votes To End Air Traffic Controller Furloughs As Delays Begin At SFOFurlough-related flight delays began at San Francisco International Airport Friday morning, airport officials said, on the same day Congress moved to end furloughs of air traffic controllers.
Tentative Contract Reached Between SFUSD And Teachers’ UnionSan Francisco teachers won't be getting a pay raise, but their union and the school district have reached a tentative agreement that will eliminate most furlough days and return laid off teachers to work.
Gov. Brown Issues Furloughs For 11,000 State WorkersCalifornia Gov. Jerry Brown has issued a furlough order for more than 11,000 state workers whose unions have yet to reach a deal for a 5 percent wage cut.
KCBS In Depth: The California Court SystemState Supreme Court Chief Justice,Tani Cantil-Sakauye, says justice can still be served in California, even though three years of budget cuts are making it hard on the system.
Silicon Valley’s Largest School District Says Goodbye To Furlough DaysDespite the uncertainty over state funding, schools in the San Jose Unified School District will be in session for a full 180 days and there will be no teacher furloughs.
How Will Gov-Elect Brown Deal With Furloughs?Sunday marks the two year anniversary of Governor Schwarzenegger's first ordering furloughs for state workers, and the unpaid days off have been worked into the upcoming budget, but all of that could change when Governor- Elect Jerry Brown takes office next month. Brown has opposed furlough days.