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.
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.
Three Bay Area police unions issued a call Tuesday for “constructive dialogue” and an end to the “vilification” of police officers.
San Jose City Manager Ed Shikada announced his resignation as of the day Mayor-elect Sam Liccardo takes office.
Protesters in Oakland were arrested Thursday during a march in support of pay raises and rights for fast-food workers.
Workers in 13 unions in the Golden Gate Bridge Labor Coalition voted on Monday in favor of a strike, but another negotiating session with the bridge district on a new contract is scheduled for Monday.
Food workers at AT&T Park approved a new contract through the start of the 2019 season.
Union reps and BART resumed contract talks Thursday, but it doesn’t appear things are off to a friendly start.
BART managers and labor leaders are back to the bargaining table but with little hope of an imminent deal.
AC Transit and ferries eased some of the pain, but Bay Area roadways bore the brunt on Day 1 of the BART strike.
Striking Oakland city employees and BART workers took to the streets Monday in a show of solidarity and support.
2,400 teachers represented are set to vote Friday on a retroactive contract with a long-overdue pay increase.
Voters in San Diego and San Jose resoundingly approved measures cutting retirement benefits to public employees.