The City of San Mateo has established a web page with a summary of the regulations related to the city’s new Minimum Wage Ordinance. The City Council voted in August, 2016, to raise the minimum wage to $12 beginning January 1, 2017, $13.50 on January 1, 2018, and $15 on January 1, 2019. Thereafter, the […]
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Sign and Display Local 510 may need extra workers for trade show work in San Francisco, San Jose, Santa Clara, and other locations in the Bay Area. Possible work days are: September 22-23, September 26-30, October 8, and October 10. Job Description Installers set up and remove of exhibits, displays, signage, carpets, furniture, pipe and […]
The Ironworkers are offering a free 3-week training class, “Reinforcing Ironwork Skills.” If you are interested in this class, you must RSVP for the orientation by this Friday, September 9th, and attend orientation on Monday, September 12th, at 4 p.m. The course runs from September 26th to October 14, 2016, Monday through Friday, from 6:30 […]
While the class is already full, IBEW is creating a wait list for its next Pre-Apprenticeship program, which is likely to start in January 2017. To learn more about IBEW’s upcoming training programs or to add your name to the wait list, contact Kathleen Barber, 650-591-5217, or by email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Editor’s Note: This article, authored by Martin J. Bennett of North Bay Jobs with Justice, first appeared at Beyond Chron. Governor Jerry Brown recently signed legislation boosting California’s minimum wage from $10 to $15 an hour — a 50 percent increase that made the state’s minimum wage the highest in the nation. The hike will […]
A longer version of this article, written by Paul Burton, appears in the August 2016 edition of San Mateo Labor After over 18 months of work, the Raise the Wage Coalition scored a major victory July 18 when the San Mateo City Council moved to raise the minimum wage to $15 by January 2019. If […]
The Ironworkers are offering a free three week training class that could lead to a apprenticeship. If you are interested, you must RSVP by Friday, September 9th, 5 p.m., by calling the Ironworkers at 707.746.7666. The orientation session is mandatory for those interested in the training class. It takes place Monday, September 12, 4 p.m., at […]
Press Advisory Where: San Mateo City Hall, 330 West 20th Avenue, San Mateo When: Monday, July 18th, 2016, 7 p.m. For more info: Bradley Cleveland, 510.967.1066, email@example.com City Council considers two options: $15 by 2018 or $15 by 2019 The San Mateo City Council will vote to adopt a local minimum wage ordinance at its July 18th meeting. The City Council […]
The San Mateo City Council will vote on the adoption of a $15 minimum wage ordinance at their July 18th, 2016 meeting. To understand the likely impact of a $15 minimum wage, we publish the following analysis of the impact of such a wage increase for San José. Authors Michael Reich, Claire Montialoux, Annette Bernhardt, Sylvia A. […]
The minimum wage has increased in multiple states over the past three decades. Research has focused on effects on labor supply, but very little is known about how the minimum wage affects health, including children’s health. What follows is an excerpt from a paper, published by the National Bureau of Economic Research, that links a […]