San Mateo Bridge Work On Schedule To Finish By Monday Morning's CommuteCaltrans says crews are on schedule to reopen the Hayward-San Mateo Bridge for Monday morning’s commute.
California Low-Wage Workers Earning Less Now Than In 1979, Study FindsA new analysis from the University of California, Berkeley found, adjusting for inflation, low-wage workers in the Golden State are earning less than they did in 1979.
10 Apple Watch Apps That Will Change The Way You Travel, Work And ExerciseAssuming you've snagged an Apple Watch, your wrist is now a tool belt for seamlessly controlling your finances, home and health without ever reaching into your pocket.
4 Reasons Why Constantly Checking Email Is Making You SickResearchers have found a connection between constantly checking email and adverse well-being. Jill Schlesinger has tips on how to manage the stress and keep your cool at work.
Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg Answers Anything In Social Media Q&AFacebook founder Mark Zuckerberg offered users a glimpse into his life and a chance to ask him anything with a question & answer session on the social networking site Tuesday.
What Does A Career In Real Estate Involve?The housing market is crazy here in the Bay Area, so a career in real estate may be a good fit. CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger on the new hot job. (3/25/15)
Carpenter Fired For Freeing Wild Raccoon At San Francisco Construction SiteA carpenter was let go from his job after saving a wild raccoon at the San Francisco construction site where he worked.
Social Worker Jobs Among Nation's Fastest GrowingSocial work is one of the fastest growing industries. But a good education and experience aren't always enough to break into this field. Jill Schlesinger has more on the personality traits employers look for in social workers.
New Yorker Fed Up With Cold Weather Convinces Employer To Let Her Work Remotely From San FranciscoA New Yorker fed up with frigid weather convinced her boss to let her work remotely out of the company’s San Francisco office.
San Francisco Museum Employees Protest Use Of Thumbprints To Clock In-And-Out Of WorkSan Francisco city employees working at the de Young and Legion of Honor museums rallied at City Hall Tuesday to protest use of their thumbprints in biometric authorization, voicing concerns that a cyber hack could irretrievably comprise their personal information.
Should Your Office Have Flu Etiquette? How One Silicon Valley Tech Company Is Keeping Its Workers HealthyWith flu season at epidemic levels in California, many companies are adopting a flu etiquette that includes no shaking hands and having sanitary face masks available.
San Francisco Unemployment Hits Record Low Of 3.8 Percent; State Jobless Rate DropsThe Employment Development Department released updated figures Friday showing that unemployment is down statewide and at a record low in the City of San Francisco.
Cargo Pilots Say Fatigue Leading To Big Danger BelowDozens of huge cargo jets fly over Bay Area neighborhoods daily, and the pilots flying them say lack of rest is creating a big danger below.
Caltrans Suspends Bay Bridge Construction Project After Metal Plates Cause Commute ChaosCaltrans officials have decided to suspend a big construction project on the Bay Bridge after metal plates used to secure the area caused major traffic issues on the span last week.
San Jose Councilman Suggests Hiring Homeless To Clean Blighted Freeway RampsSan Jose is trying to figure out who will clean up the trash at a freeway off ramp being called an embarrassment, and the answer may be homeless people.