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Giants Revise Plans for Mission Rock Development

Giants Revise Plans for Mission Rock Development
Last month, San Francisco Giants ownership unveiled a revised plan for its Mission Rock development south of AT&T Park. The team also kicked off a campaign to win voter approval for the ... MORE

‘The Right Choice is Always Safer’

‘The Right Choice is Always Safer’
Herrero Builders CEO Mark Herrero had a clear message for Safety Week. “We want our workers to know that when they have to make a choice between doing something faster, cheaper or safer, the ... MORE

City Hiring Policy to be Reviewed

City Hiring Policy to be Reviewed
San Francisco’s guiding principle of ensuring that a sizable amount of workers hired for public construction projects are local will be reviewed over the next two years. The city’s Local Hire ... MORE



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"I was working on a job and our company was one of the subcontractors. Another sub’s employee dropped a box of rebar on my shoulder. I reported it to my company and saw their doctors. I’m being paid workers’ compensation but I know it won’t be enough to cover surgery and time off. I was told that workers’ comp is the only benefit I’m entitled to. Is that right?"

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