Coronavirus Pandemic: Essential Workers Risking Their Lives Explore Legal RightsAs the number of coronavirus-related employee deaths grow, so does the anxiety among essential workers. Several employees say they don't have enough protective gear and are exploring legal action.
Rideshare Drivers Protest At Uber Headquarters, Demand Better Working ConditionsUber and Lyft drivers chanted and cheered outside the Uber headquarters building in San Francisco on Friday as they delivered a letter demanding negotiations for better working conditions.
Sonoma Mission Inn To Pay Workers $1M In Class-Action LawsuitA Sonoma County hotel is expected to pay nearly $1 million to settle a class-action lawsuit with former spa employees.
Ex-Kink.com Employees Allege Culture Of Indimidation, Exclusion At SF Porn FactoryKink.com, the San Francisco-based pornography production house based out of the old Armory Building, is facing allegations from former models that they have been denied worker’s compensation and have offered hush money in exchange for keeping quiet about injuries, according to a report in SF Weekly.
Immigrant Workers At SF Restaurant Awarded $316K In Wage Theft CaseA group of immigrants who worked at a Vietnamese restaurant in San Francisco’s Richmond District have been awarded more than $300,000 in a major wage theft case.
SF Protestors Demand Apple Improve Factory ConditionsPetitions were delivered to Apple stores in San Francisco and other cities around the world Thursday calling on the tech giant to do more to improve working conditions at its factories overseas.
Bay Area Hotel Workers Rally Against Working ConditionsHundreds of workers gathered in front of Hyatt properties in Santa Clara and San Francisco to protest working conditions and a lack of affordable health care.
Cabbies And Muni Drivers United On Labor ConditionsSan Francisco Muni operators and cab drivers are united on the safety of their working conditons and are now in talks about a possible one-day strike.