The business manager of IBEW Local 18 Thursday posted documents online he hoped would settle the controversy about how millions of rate-payer dollars were used on a training institute and a safety institute.
Taxpayers are paying a $750,000 bill every year for the officers, who work at the Los Angeles Police Protective League.
Union members returned to negotiations Monday with three of the Southland’s largest grocery chains.
The union representing Los Angeles police officers has elected its first African-American board member.
Workers at all University of California hospitals and nine UC campuses walked off the job Wednesday in a one-day strike over safe staffing issues.
After nine months of negotiations, a tentative contract agreement has been reached between the University of California and thousands of registered nurses who are represented by the California Nurses Association (CNA).
Los Angeles County workers belonging to the Service Employees International Union Local 721 will begin voting Wednesday on a strike authorization.
Thousands of Los Angeles County workers walked off their jobs Tuesday as they demand higher wages.
A partnership of California advocacy groups is calling on teachers in Los Angeles and statewide to drop their memberships with labor unions.
More than a dozen drivers of Green Fleet Systems began their protest Monday outside of the company’s warehouse over unfair labor practices.
Police said they arrested about 25 University of California health care workers who staged a sit-in that has closed an intersection, causing traffic backups during rush hour at the Los Angeles campus.
The union representing teachers with the Los Angeles Unified School District gave Superintendent John Deasy a “failing grade” in a performance review released Thursday.
Some family members of patients receiving care at UCLA awaited the planned strikes scheduled to start early Tuesday morning.
A judge has ruled that some workers at the five largest University of California medical centers can go on strike for two days starting Tuesday.
A potential walkout among 13,000 workers at five University of California medical centers statewide next week has already prompted officials to cancel elective surgeries.