Registered nurses at Chinese Hospital in San Francisco began a one-day strike Tuesday to protest their working conditions, which they say are poor enough to …
Santa Clara County and its nurses union have tentatively reached a new contract deal that the union says prevented a strike of more than 3,000 workers.
The message during a candlelight vigil held by Kaiser Permanente mental health clinicians outside the health care giant’s downtown Oakland headquarters early Wednesday morning was …
Santa Clara County workers continued striking Monday morning, entering the fifth day of the strike over what workers say are unfair labor practices. Started at …
Automation is changing the workforce, an executive at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco said Friday at a conference on the future of work. …
Kaiser Permanente workers will begin voting Monday on whether to authorize a massive strike that would affect Kaiser facilities nationwide, according to the Service Employees …
Hundreds of union workers, social justice advocates and their supporters rallied and marched through the streets of Oakland Wednesday.
A one-day strike by nearly 40,000 University of California hospital workers has the potential to disrupt normal operations.
Alameda teachers would get a 4.5 percent pay raise under a tentative agreement recently reached.
Workers at Marriott hotels on strike for two months have reached a tentative agreement with the company.
The strike by hotel housekeepers, bellmen, cooks, dishwashers and other workers against Marriott Hotels continued Saturday.
Union officials said 41 Marriott hotel workers were arrested Friday evening in San Francisco as they rallied for changes from their employer.
Organizers and service workers, wearing the words “Fight for 15” across bright red t-shirts, gathered in front of the 24th and Mission McDonald’s Tuesday to protest sexual harassment.
Some 14,000 registered nurses working in University of California medical centers and student health centers are scheduled to vote this coming week on a new five-year labor contract.
Seventy-five protesters were arrested Monday in San Francisco demanding improved conditions for hotel workers.
A Salinas man pleaded guilty to second-degree murder for killing his supervisor more than three years ago outside a restaurant where he was drinking, Monterey County prosecutors announced Tuesday.
In a setback for unions, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the use of mandatory fees for nonmembers of public worker unions to help pay for the costs of collective bargaining.
The state Labor Commissioner’s Office has issued citations in excess of $10 million to seven Bay Area restaurants.
Kaiser Permanente responded to 32 union protests being held across California during February and March by calling them “uncalled for and counterproductive.”
After seven days of striking, about 3,000 Oakland city employees will return to work Tuesday, union officials announced Monday.