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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.
Fast food workers are holding a protest during the lunchtime rush at a Carl’s Jr. restaurant in Oakland Monday to demand that U.S. Department of Labor Secretary nominee Andy Puzder withdraw his nomination or that the U.S. Senate rejects him.
Officials are in disagreement over whether it is safe to clear a landslide in the Santa Cruz Mountains Friday morning.
Employees at several Bay Area assisted-living facilities were paid a monthly salary well below minimum wage because they routinely worked 60 hours per week.
The state’s unemployment rate decreased last month, according to data released Friday.
San Francisco Supervisors unanimously affirmed the Final Subsequent Environmental Impact Report certification for the Warriors’ proposed multi-use arena.
The state’s unemployment rate decreased to 5.8 percent in October from 5.9 percent in September.
A tentative agreement has been reached in a contract dispute between Solano County and government workers represented by SEIU Local 1021.
Solano County government union workers walked off their jobs at 10:21 a.m. Tuesday to protest alleged unfair labor practices.
A tentative union agreement reached between mental health workers at Kaiser Permanente and company officials has averted a strike set for Monday.
Hundreds of fast food workers and their supporters participated Tuesday in a nationwide action to demand a $15 minimum wage.
Two Sunnyvale firms owned by the same man have been ordered to pay $187,000 in back wages and fines for shortchanging foreign software engineers.
Police are warning that a group posing as utility workers may attempt a residential burglary in Petaluma this weekend.
One of the workers at Mariscos San Juan #3 restaurant at 205 N. Fourth St. tested positive for shigella.
San Francisco postal district officials have announced they are hiring workers for the holiday season.
An 18-month commuter shuttle pilot program in San Francisco is set to expire on Jan. 31 but an ongoing program has been proposed.