Those hardworking cooks and servers who have been getting stiffed by their employers will finally get the money they rightfully earned. Wage and Hour Division investigators with the U.S. Department of Labor conducted comprehensive reviews of payroll records and employment practices in both San Fra ... More >>
Things were working fine before!The union representing Muni operators is seeking to buck the will of San Francisco voters, filing a federal challenge to Proposition G, the 2010 ballot initiative that overhauled labor negotiations for the city's troubled public-transit agency.Lawyers for Transport ... More >>
A fight between two unions here could set the course of the U.S. labor movement.
Pick that damn arugula , intern!The Bay Citizen, the nonprofit news organization launched with much fanfare May 26 by local investment banker Warren Hellman, has earned ample flack for its offer to pay $25 per story to local bloggers.But we learned today from the online newspaper that some employ ... More >>
The state's quick budget fix of selling off public buildings is a horrible idea.
We know it sucks. In May, the U.S. Department of Labor reckoned the jobless rate in the S.F.-Oakland-Fremont area at 9.7 percent -- call it a leading indicator of all those steak-frites and dirty martinis not being consumed in local restaurants, either by those of us recently hustled out by securit ... More >>
The union boss has once more escaped punishment for funds diversion
Do union members know their boss stands to benefit from turning their pension fund investment into a gambling casino?
Has a labor boss in trouble with the feds joined a high-powered Democratic lobbyist to merge Konocti Harbor Resort with Indian gambling?
A labor boss in trouble with the feds joins a high-powered Democratic lobbyist to merge Konocti Resort with Indian gaming
The helpful grocery clerk, the presumptuous sister, and the ex's cheating beau
Engineer Bill Gerrey builds devices to help other sightless people navigate the world. He's not looking for miracles, just a few small victories.
S.F. schools must pay up for breaking federal labor laws
A school district administrator's extracurricular foreign recruiting prompts investigations in two countries
Bring out your dead ... for a budget funeral at the San Francisco Collegeof Mortuary Science.