Here’s a look at some of the state legislative proposals that became the law of the land when the clock struck Jan. 1 of the new year.
The wage floor in San Jose ticked up to $13.50 an hour, the next step in a region-wide push to raise minimum hourly pay to $15 by next year.
We reached out to five San Jose businesses with minimum-wage workers to see how they’re coping since the pay floor went to $12.
San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo took part in Metro’s SV411 podcast to discuss everything from Donald Trump and Google to pension reform.
In less than a week, San Jose’s minimum-wage workers can expect a pay bump. A wage increase to $12 an hour is set to go into effect July 1.
The New Year brought with it 898 new laws, including measures on gun control, cyberbullying, driving and employment.
San Jose will up its minimum wage to $15 when the clock strikes 2019 as part of a regional effort to raise the standard of living in Silicon Valley.
San Jose plans to raise the minimum wage to $15, but city officials disagree about how quickly to phase it in and whether to allow exemptions.
Actors Max Carver, Danny Glover and Kendrick Sampson spoke at South Bay college campuses Thursday to rally support for Bernie Sanders’ campaign.
A new study found that a quarter of local workers would see a 20-percent pay bump if the region upped its minimum wage to $15.