Healthcare Workers In California, Oregon Vote To Strike Against Kaiser PermanenteAcross California and Oregon, more than 24,000 nurses and other healthcare workers at Kaiser Permanente overwhelmingly authorized a strike this weekend over pay and working conditions made worse by the coronavirus pandemic.
Sutter Delta Medical Center Antioch Workers Set To Strike MondayHealth care workers at Sutter Delta Medical Center in Antioch are planning to strike Monday because of understaffing, difficult working conditions, and unfair labor practices, union officials said Friday.
Oracle Park Concessions Workers Vote to Approve New ContractConcessions workers at Oracle Park -- home of the San Francisco Giants -- said Thursday they've approved a new labor contract, ensuring affordable health care and a $7 hourly raise, among other benefits.
Oracle Park Concession Workers Call Off Strike Threat; Reach Tentative Agreement On New Contract As San Francisco Giants prepare to head into the playoffs for the first time since 2016, the team no longer has to worry about a strike by Oracle Park concession workers during the post-season.
Sutter Medical Antioch, John Muir Concord Workers To Strike Over Understaffing, Poor Working ConditionsHealth care workers at two East Bay centers are planning to strike next month because of understaffing, poor working conditions and unfair labor practices, union officials said.
UPDATE: Concessions Workers Won't Strike at Oracle Park for Giants-Dodgers Game SundayQuestions on whether or not concession workers at Oracle Park would strike for Sunday's Giants game against the Dodgers have been put to rest following a statement from union president Anand Singh.
East Bay Regional Park District Reaches Deal With Workers, Avert StrikeThe East Bay Regional Park District and the labor union representing its workers celebrated a tentative labor agreement Tuesday, preventing a planned strike during Labor Day weekend.
East Bay Regional Park Workers’ Strike Vote Postponed; Talks ResumeSome 600 employees of the East Bay Regional Park District will go back to the bargaining table with management this weekend after postponing their strike vote, which was set to begin Friday afternoon and end Monday.
East Bay Regional Park District Board Calls Emergency Meeting to Discuss Possible StrikeThe board of the East Bay Regional Park District has called an emergency meeting for 6:30 p.m. Thursday to address a looming walkout by 600 workers, who are scheduled to start voting Friday on whether to authorize a strike.
Rangers, Lifeguards Among East Bay Regional Park District Workers To Hold Strike VotePark rangers, lifeguards, and educators among other East Bay Regional Park District workers will decide this coming weekend whether to strike.
University of California Lecturers Unanimously Authorize Potential StrikeLecturers at the University of California have unanimously authorized a potential strike, more than a year after their contract expired.
700 San Francisco Janitors Walk Off Job, Seek New Contract After Offices Allowed To ReopenMore than 700 San Francisco janitors walked off the job Wednesday for a three-day strike over what they said are unfair labor practices following eight months of failed contract negotiations.
Nurses Launch 5-Day Strike At Alameda County Hospitals After 9 Months Of Labor Talks Fall ShortThousands of nurses walked off the job at Alameda County hospitals early Wednesday as nine months of failed labor negotiations have led to acrimony along the boisterous picket lines.
Thousands Of Alameda Co. Nurses To Strike Over Unfair Labor Practices, COVID Safety ConcernsAfter months of failed talks, thousands of nurses in Alameda County will walk off the job Wednesday morning, as part of a five-day strike filled with picketing, rallies and vigils.
Instacart, Amazon Workers Stage 1-Day Strike To Demand Hazard Pay, Protections Against COVID-19Some Instacart and Amazon warehouse workers walked off the job Monday demanding greater safeguards against the coronavirus, even as both companies are speed-hiring hundreds of thousands of new workers to handle a surge in delivery orders.