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Tuesday, July 16, 2024

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Labor

Subway workers rally, demand fair treatment

Labor Commissioner investigating allegations of minimum wage, overtime violations at local sandwich shops.

The Hyatt Regency restaurant is spinning again. Where are the workers?

There is nobody to take over when this generation retires. Maybe Hyatt wants it that way.

City worker unions head to ‘strike school’ as vacancies remain, contracts loom

Labor is fed up with the Breed Administration, and preparing for serious political pressure to fill jobs and give raises.

While they helped win WWII, Hunters Point Shipyard’s Black workers fought discrimination at home

Stacey Carter talk focused on valiant history of resistance and neglect leading to Board of Supervisors' apology.

City wastes millions on contracts with big out-of-town companies, report shows

More than $200 million goes for services city workers could provide much, much cheaper.

Health workers demand an end to dangerous staff shortages at SF General

Contracting out will be a huge issue in this year's labor talks—and the fall election.

It’s Valentine’s Day. I was ghosted by my ‘partner’ of eight years

Uber and Lyft call us "partners,' not employees. We're sick of the way they treat us—which is why Gig Workers Rising matters.

The hidden political history of SF’s 1906 earthquake and fire—and what it means today

Social class, race, and labor played a huge role in what happened—and how the city recovered.

Who are these nice people who say they want me to get a raise?

Turns out it's a rabid anti-labor group that wants to destroy public-sector unions.

Surprise price hike spurs talk of video game developers organizing

Young industry has been shy of unionization—but as a major game engine changes its terms, 'democratizing' gains strength

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