San Francisco’s top transit official Ed Reiskin is stepping down after eight years.
Dozens of African American San Francisco city employees and their supporters called for greater oversight of city departments.
More than 500 Google employees in Mountain View walked out of the company’s headquarters Thursday afternoon, joined by thousands across the globe.
A new campaign in San Francisco seeks to cut youth homelessness in half by 2022.
Marin Mobile Care will display its mobile shower service program for homeless residents Thursday at four locations in Sausalito.
A 21-year veteran of the San Jose Police Department has filed a lawsuit alleging racial discrimination from multiple officers in the days and years following the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
June unemployment in the San Francisco Bay Area was very low, data from the California Employment Development Department shows.
Former and current workers at a popular San Francisco Mexican restaurant in the Mission will be paid nearly $500,000 in back wages due to a settlement.
Muir Medical Group patients who received treatment between November 2013 and February 2017 may have had their personal information shared without their consent, the company reported.
District Attorney George Gascon Wedneaday said that his office has begun working to expunge the records of people convicted of marijuana-related offenses.
People whose jobs were affected by the North Bay wildfires have about another month to file for disaster unemployment assistance.
A black man who used to work at Tesla’s factory in Fremont has filed a lawsuit alleging an “intimidating, hostile, and offensive work environment.”
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission sued Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. in federal court in San Jose Monday, alleging the restaurant chain allowed a local …
A report released by a regional research institute said that growth in employment in Silicon Valley, which it says peaked at the end of 2016, has slowed.
Unemployment rates in the Bay Area were among the lowest in the state in March indicating the region is at full employment.
Clothing retailer Forever 21 violated state civil rights laws and discriminated against Spanish-speaking employees, according to a lawsuit filed this week.
Past non-work-related cannabis use will no longer be a reason to discriminate against applicants in the hiring process for the city of Oakland.
City and Port of San Francisco officials Thursday said they are trying to keep open a shipyard at Pier 70 that employs more than 200 people.
Two Bay Area counties had unemployment rates below 3 percent last month, while all but one county reported rates under 5 percent.
At least 200 homeless men and women in Santa Clara County will soon start training for long-term construction jobs.