COVID Recovery: Bay Area Restaurants Struggle To Hire Staff Ahead Of Likely Big Mother's Day WeekendAhead of what is expected to be a big Mother's Day weekend for restaurants in the Bay Area, likely the biggest since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, many establishments are struggling to find workers.
COVID: Labor Shortages Loom As Reopening Bay Area Businesses Try To Rehire Former WorkersLabor analysts warn that California may be faced with a looming labor shortage as the state races to reopen more and more of its economy that was shut down over the past year.
Prop 16: California's Chance To Reaffirm Affirmative ActionIn November, California voters will go to the polls to vote on Proposition 16, a measure that would lift the state’s ban on considering race, gender or ethnicity in admission and hiring decisions at colleges and universities.
Now Hiring: Newsom Signs Law Offering Credits To Small Businesses Devastated By PandemicWith millions of people out of work in California, Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday signed a law giving tax breaks to small businesses that hire more workers over the next three months.
CPUC: Ousted Director Allegedly Hired 'Marginally Qualified Former Colleague' Over Better CandidatesThe California Public Utilities Commission announced Monday it has voted to dismiss Executive Director Alice Stebbins effective Sept. 4, over alleged unethical hiring decisions, according to a report.
Coronavirus Jobs: Rite Aid Announces Plans To Hire 5,000 Associates NationwideRite Aid pharmacy officials announced Monday the company plans to hire 5,000 associates for full and part-time roles across the country to support store and distribution center teams.
Postal Service Hiring 1,000 In Bay Area Amid Rise In Deliveries Due To CoronavirusThe U.S. Postal Service says it needs to hire as many as 1,000 workers in the Bay Area as the economic effects of the novel coronavirus pandemic continue to ripple across the region.
McDonald's Enlists Google Assistant, Alexa To Help With Its hiringStarting Wednesday, McDonald's Corp. will let job seekers start an application by using voice commands with Amazon's Alexa or Google's Assistant.
Bay Area Jobs Market Stays Hot But Mid-Wage Workers Feel SqueezedThe Bay Area job market is so robust, it produced more than 40 percent of all jobs created in California during the first half of the year, according to state labor officials.
Mayor Orders Oakland Police Not To Ask Job Applicants About Sexual AssaultOakland Mayor Libby Schaaf says she has ordered an end to a police department's policy that forced job applicants to give it access to confidential records, including those that would disclose if they had been sexually assaulted.
Tech, Social Media Companies Lagging In Hiring BlacksAfrican-Americans are among the top owners of mobile devices — but when it comes time to hire, tech companies aren't looking to them.
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Building A Vibrant, Productive Team In An Era Of Hyper-PartisanshipWipp Enterprises Founder and CEO Nicole Wipp explains how to deal with the touchy subject of politics in the workplace.
Caltrans Mounts Statewide Campaign To Fill More Than 1,100 JobsOpen positions are in maintenance, human resources, legal, engineering, information technology and environmental planning.
Monsters Wanted! Bay Area Theme Park Hiring Hundreds Of Halloween GhoulsCalling all monsters -- Great America wants you! Here is your opportunity to be really scary and get paid for it.