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Historic Citywide Project Labor Agreement Passes

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted unanimously January 15 to direct City staff to negotiate and finalize a Citywide Project Labor Agreement with the San Francisco Building Trades Council for [ ... ]

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Union Workers Put Finishing Touches on New Medical Office

Work on the new Sutter Van Ness Medical Office Building (MOB) at Van Ness Avenue and Geary Boulevard is nearing completion as crews make final tenant improvements to the nine-story, 253,000 square foot [ ... ]

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Moscone Center Expansion Completed

City officials celebrated the completion of the Moscone Center expansion project with a ribbon-cutting ceremony January 3.

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Cal-OSHA just issued its report of my at-work injury. The inspector found a couple of violations but did not cite my company for giving us unsafe equipment. I think the machine that injured me is really dangerous, and I don’t want anyone else to be injured the way I was. But, after seeing that Cal-OSHA report, I’m not so sure it’s even worth the trouble. What should I do?

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