North Bay Labor Council, AFL-CIO

 

More Santa Rosa workers will be owed up to 80 hours of paid sick time amid the coronavirus pandemic after the City Council unanimously expanded the federal requirement to cover large employers, inc

The North Bay Labor Council is part of the coalition, SoCo United in Crisis since mid-March when the pandemic began.

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These are without a doubt some very strange times. I'm pretty sure none of us have lived through a pandemic like this before and yet...here we are.  

We've made it through fires, floods and now Covid-19.

We've gone ahead and reactivated the GoFundMe page we had during the fires. However, unlike the fires, when we could appeal to our brothers & sisters in other parts of the country, everyone is going through the same pains so we're just putting this out to folks to see if we can raise some more money. Hope you'll consider making a generous donation to help out our brothers and sisters who are struggling at this time. 

Thanks everyone. Here's hoping you and yours are safe and healthy and that we find our way out of this as soon as possible.

Domestic Workers are not protected by CAL-OSHA. SB 1257 will right that wrong. Please click "Take Action" and tell Senators on the Senate Labor Committee - where SB 1257 will be heard in a few days - to vote YES on this important Legislation. 

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North Bay Jobs with Justice current Executive Director will be leaving this post in the fall. Though it will be incredibly hard to replace her, please take a look at this job discription and feel free to pass it around.

The North Bay Labor Council mourns the loss of Teamster brother Samuel Lee Ouellette and expersses its condolences to Mr. Ouellette's family, friends and Union brothers and sisters.  Brother Ouellette was only 42 years old and leaves behind a wife.

Go well brother. We will remember you.

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With Sonoma County poised for wider economic reopening this week, labor advocates are seeking greater protections for employees who have limited access to paid sick leave at some of the nation’s most well-known companies.