When Gov. Gavin Newsom signed Senate Bill 365 last week, he opened a new chapter in a decades-long political and legal war over California laws governing relations between employers and their workers.
The hot labor summer was scorching at California’s Capitol.
California’s Employment Development Department had a meltdown when facing a deluge of unemployment insurance claims and a new report explains how it happened.
The use of automation technologies to track and monitor safety or productivity is widespread in supply-chain management, and it is now seeping into grocery stores, other retail settings, and even knowledge work. That is bad news for workers.