Posts Tagged ‘San Francisco’

Amendments Pass to San Francisco Retail Workers Bill of Rights

Last year, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors passed two ordinances called the Formula Retail Employee Rights Ordinances, also known as the “Retail Workers Bill of Rights,” addressing scheduling, hours and retention at retail establishments. Both ordinances became effective on July 3, 2015. However, as reported last week, an amendment to the ordinances was proposed. […]

9 Jul 15 - Workplace Policies - Gail Cecchettini Whaley - No CommentsRead More »

Update: San Francisco Retail Workers Bill of Rights

Last year, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors passed two ordinances called the Formula Retail Employee Rights Ordinances, also known as the “Retail Workers Bill of Rights,” addressing scheduling, hours and retention at retail establishments. The ordinances apply to “formula retail establishments” with at least 20 retail establishments worldwide and 20 or more employees in […]

2 Jul 15 - Workplace Policies - Gail Cecchettini Whaley - No CommentsRead More »

California Cities Consider Minimum Wage Increases

This week alone three cities, Oakland, San Diego and San Francisco, tackled the issue of raising the minimum wage within city limits. Yesterday, Oakland’s City Council rejected a plan calling for a gradual increase of the city’s minimum wage for nonprofits and small businesses. The rejected ordinance proposed a minimum wage increase to $12.25 per […]

30 Jul 14 - Compensation, Minimum Wage - Gail Cecchettini Whaley - No CommentsRead More »

San Francisco May Soon Vote on a $15 Minimum Wage

On Monday, labor activists filed papers to put a $15 minimum wage proposal before San Francisco voters. The Service Employees International Union, Local 1021, filed documents with the San Francisco Department of Elections to put the “Minimum Wage Act of 2014” on the ballot for the November 4, 2014, general election. The proposed ordinance would […]

9 Apr 14 - Compensation, Minimum Wage - Gail Cecchettini Whaley - No CommentsRead More »