The president of one of the two unions involved in the San Francisco Bay Area rapid transit strikes said Saturday she will take the final contract offer to members for a vote, but expects it will be rejected.
A major San Francisco Bay Area transit system is running trains as usual Friday after unions and management agreed to continue labor talks past a midnight deadline.
A San Francisco Bay Area transit agency and its unions are set to head back to the bargaining table, as the possibility of a second transit strike in less than three months looms.
Two transit unions issued a 72-hour strike notice, alerting the more than 400,000 San Francisco Bay area commuters that the system could be shut down during Monday’s commute if labor issues aren’t resolved.
A judge affirmed on Monday that some workers at the five largest University of California medical centers, including UC Davis, can go on a planned two-day strike starting Tuesday.
As unions and administrators continue to negotiate a contract, 13,000 workers ranging from MRI techs to orderlies will walk off the job next Tuesday and Wednesday, including at U.C. Davis.
Registered Nurse Amy Delacruz discusses trust between medical staff at UCD Medical Center.
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A northern California labor union says contracts talks with Raley’s supermarkets have broken down and a strike has been called.
Raley’s has until midnight Saturday to reach a deal with the employees’ union, or thousands of workers could walk off the job.
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Gov. Jerry Brown has until midnight Tuesday to act on a bill that would make it easier for unions to organize farmworkers in California, but growers characterize the legislation as a union power-grab.