Anyone who has ever been on a job hunt knows that it is often difficult to find out what a new position might pay.
Los Angeles Times
Commentary: More workers are trying to unionize. Support will be crucial to their success
There’s hardly a term that’s become more cringe-inducing, more empty of meaning than “essential workers.”
In California’s largest race bias cases, Latino workers are accused of abusing Black colleagues
Nearly every day, the onetime Ontario warehouse employee said, he was stunned to hear racist slurs from Latino co-workers.
Labor unions are hot, but their moment may not last
The long American tradition of complaining about lazy workers
“It’s become apparent nobody wants to work in these hard times.”
Column: Would ‘menstrual leave’ create a backlash against women in the workplace?
Last week, Spain signaled it may become one of a handful of countries offering workers a benefit called “menstrual leave” for people whose periods are accompanied by debilitating pain.
California considers letting election workers hide addresses
Elections in the U.S. have become so polarizing that California is considering treating poll workers with the same caution as domestic violence victims by letting them keep their addresses hidden from public records.
A child-care crisis is keeping women out of the workforce for longer
School may be in session, but the dearth of child care is still proving to be a major hurdle to women reentering the U.S. labor market.
Workplace shootings are all too common in California. The latest one fits a pattern
He killed the people he wanted to kill.
Column: Sen. Joe Manchin pushes a sweeping pro-union labor law one step closer to reality
Sen. Joe Manchin, widely regarded as a crucial swing vote in the narrowly Democratic Senate, moved a sweeping pro-union law one step closer to enactment Monday by declaring that he would become a co-sponsor.
Editorial: California’s unemployment system collapsed on Julie Su’s watch. Is she ready for Biden’s team?
The Biden administration on Wednesday nominated California Labor Secretary Julie A. Su to be deputy secretary of Labor to help shape the president’s jobs agenda and economic recovery effort.
California Labor Secretary Julie Su picked for federal post amid crisis at EDD
President Biden on Wednesday nominated California Labor Secretary Julie A. Su as the second in command at the U.S. Department of Labor, even as she faces criticism from some in her home state for ongoing troubles at the Employment Development Department, which has delayed approving unemployment benefits while paying out billions of dollars on fraudulent claims.
California’s new workplace laws: COVID-19 safety, family leave and more
Sweeping new laws ramping up in 2021 will force California businesses to offer employees more help to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic, including measures on disclosure of workplace infections, on healthcare and wage replacement, and on job-protected leave to care for sick family members.
Column: ‘Bosses need love too’ is a totally 2020 thing to say
I’ve been struggling in recent days to come up with that one perfect example of how screwed up this nation’s priorities have become amid the worst public-health crisis most of us have ever — and hopefully will ever — experience.
California considers emergency COVID-19 workplace safety rules as infections rise
A six-member board overseeing the safety of California’s workplaces on Thursday will consider imposing new rules intended to curb the spread of the coronavirus, which has been surging across the state.