Southern California fast food workers Thursday staged a walkout as part of their attempt to raise their hourly wages to $15.
A planned labor strike could keep Angelenos from getting a burger at their favorite fast food restaurant next week.
Two workers were stranded 130 feet above ground for more than an hour Thursday evening when their elevator basket malfunctioned.
Los Angeles International airport workers represented by SEIU United Service Workers West Thursday are expected to file a California Environmental Quality Act challenge to the airport’s runway expansion.
A two-day strike by hospital workers ended on Thursday, with both sides claiming victory even though there was no resolution to a contract dispute involving staffing and pensions.
Iyda Kelati, a branch manager for Adecco Staffing USA, appeared on KCAL9 News on Saturday morning to discuss the latest unemployment numbers for Los Angeles.
Two window washers were rescued Thursday after being stuck on scaffolding on floor 26 of a 27-story high-rise in Century City.
Thousands of Los Angeles County union employees were set for a rally Tuesday in downtown L.A. to demand higher wages amid county-wide budget cuts and hiring freezes.
The Associated Press is reporting that troubled electric car maker Fisker Automotive plans to lay off a large number of the workers at its Anaheim headquarters on Friday, a person briefed on the matter said.
A worker who became trapped in a trench in the Pacific Palisades area Thursday afternoon died before he could be rescued.
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Thousands of University of California employees and students were expected to take part in protests at campuses statewide on Thursday over what one workers’ union alleges to be skyrocketing executive compensation.
A protest by hundreds of employees at Los Angeles International Airport caused delays on what is traditionally known as the busiest travel day of the year.
Employees at the nation’s largest retailer may be walking off the job on one of the biggest shopping days of the year.
Hostess, the maker of Twinkies and Wonder Bread, is going out of business, closing plants, laying off its 18,500 workers and putting its brands up for sale.