Margot Roosevelt covers California economic, labor and workplace issues for the Los Angeles Times. A former environmental reporter for The Times, she previously wrote for TIME Magazine as a foreign and national correspondent, for the Washington Post on the Congressional beat, and for the Orange County Register focusing on business and the Southern California economy.
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After threatening to strike, Southern California grocery workers secured large pay rises in a new contract with Ralphs, Albertsons, Vons and Pavilions.
Ralphs, Albertsons, Vons and Pavilions agreed to a new tentative contract with the United Food and Commercial Workers union after marathon bargaining.
Los trabajadores de 540 tiendas Ralphs, Albertsons, Vons y Pavilions votan para autorizar una huelga en medio del estancamiento de la negociación sobre los salarios y las normas de seguridad.
Workers across 540 Ralphs, Albertsons, Vons and Pavilions stores vote to authorize a strike amid impasse in bargaining over wages, safety regulations.
In their own words, former Tesla employees describe what they call a racist work environment that led California to file a civil rights lawsuit against the company.
Grocery workers across Southern California began voting Monday to authorize a strike against supermarket chains to pressure the companies to raise wages.
Racist slurs were hurled daily at Black workers at Tesla’s California plant, delivered not just by fellow employees but also by managers and supervisors, California’s civil rights agency alleges in an explosive lawsuit filed against the company Thursday.
Incremento al salario mínimo a 16 dolares la hora a partir del 1 de julio
Las nuevas leyes sobre el lugar de trabajo que entraron en vigor en enero refuerzan la protección de la salud, la seguridad y el salario de los empleados y prohíben que las empresas amordacen a las víctimas de la discriminación.