Dozens Of Mills College Employees Rally for Jobs, Union RecognitionEmployees at Mills College let administrators know this week that they want a union.
San Jose City Workers Angry Over Proposed 3% Pay Raise, Planning To ProtestCity workers and thousands of others were angered by San Jose's refusal to offer pay raises in line with recent police pay hikes.
Google Workers Vote To Form Company's First-Ever Union; Will Workers At Other Silicon Valley Tech Giants Follow?Hundreds of employees at Google and its parent, Alphabet, have launched a union, a step that has sent shutters through the Silicon Valley tech giants that also represents the biggest and most organized challenge yet to the company's executive leadership.
Southwest Airlines To Cut Workers' Pay In Effort To Avoid Furloughs Due To PandemicSouthwest Airlines will cut pay for nonunion workers in January and says union workers must also accept less pay or face furloughs next year as the pandemic continues to hammer the airline business.
No Answers Yet For Stranded Crew On Coronavirus-Stricken Grand PrincessQuestions mounted Saturday over the status of the more than 1,000 crewmembers stranded on the coronavirus-stricken Grand Princess.
Striking Forestville Teachers Agree To New Contract; Back In ClassroomTeachers in the remote Forestville Union School District were back in school Friday after reaching an agreement with the school district on a three-year contract.
Forestville Teachers Union On Strike Two Days Before School Year Starts16 teachers in the Forestville Union School District are on strike after an agreement was not reached during six hours of negotiations Monday.
Alameda Teachers, District Reach Tentative Deal For 4.5% Pay HikeAlameda teachers would get a 4.5 percent pay raise under a tentative agreement recently reached between their union and the Alameda Unified School District.
Supreme Court Deals Major Blow To Labor UnionsThe Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that government workers can't be forced to contribute to labor unions that represent them in collective bargaining, dealing a serious financial blow to organized labor.
Oakland Reaches Tentative Agreement With Its Largest Employee UnionCity of Oakland officials said Friday that they've reached a tentative agreement on a two-year contract with the largest city employee union.
City Of Oakland, Unions, Agree To Mediation But Strike ContinuesNegotiators for the city of Oakland and the larger of two striking unions have agreed to try to settle the strike in mediation starting Monday, the two sides said Saturday night.
Oakland Declares Impasse In Talks With Striking EmployeesCity of Oakland leaders declared an impasse Friday in their talks with about 3,000 workers who are in the fourth day of a strike.
Indulge Your Inner Know-It-All: Labor Day EditionLabor Day facts to make you the Resident Smarty Pants at your weekend BBQ
Ronald Reagan, Union Leader And Buster, To Be Inducted Into U.S. Labor Hall Of HonorFormer Pres. Reagan, a one-time Hollywood union leader who fired 11,000 air traffic controllers and crushed their union, will be inducted into the Labor Department's Labor Hall of Honor.
SFPD, Officer's Union At Odds Over Right To Shoot At Suspects In Moving CarsSan Francisco’s police department is at odds with the officer’s union over the question of shooting at moving cars, and now the union has released a new video to persuade the public.