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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 20, 2022

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A policy brief by UC Berkeley professor Michael Reich found that the Living Wage Act, or LWA, would allow pay increases for millions of California workers.
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A policy brief by UC Berkeley professor Michael Reich found that the Living Wage Act, or LWA, would allow pay increases for millions of California workers.
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Jordan Court, an affordable housing community of 34 studios for low-income and formerly houseless seniors in North Berkeley, celebrated its grand opening May 5.
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Jordan Court, an affordable housing community of 34 studios for low-income and formerly houseless seniors in North Berkeley, celebrated its grand opening May 5.
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UC Berkeley faculty and staff reported dissatisfaction with wages at the UC Board of Regents meeting Thursday amid debate for salary increases for chancellors and COVID-19 administrative leaves.
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UC Berkeley faculty and staff reported dissatisfaction with wages at the UC Board of Regents meeting Thursday amid debate for salary increases for chancellors and COVID-19 administrative leaves.
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California and numerous cities in the Bay Area saw their minimum wages increase as of Jan. 1, providing low-income workers with a boost to their earnings. 
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California and numerous cities in the Bay Area saw their minimum wages increase as of Jan. 1, providing low-income workers with a boost to their earnings. 
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UC Berkeley Labor Center released a report Nov. 3 that provides a set of policy principles for workers' technology rights in the United States.
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UC Berkeley Labor Center released a report Nov. 3 that provides a set of policy principles for workers' technology rights in the United States.
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UC President Michael Drake extended the use of Emergency Paid Sick Leave to all UC employees, effective Oct. 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022.
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UC President Michael Drake extended the use of Emergency Paid Sick Leave to all UC employees, effective Oct. 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022.
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The nation’s low minimum wage could be costing the federal government more than $100 billion a year, a UC Berkeley Labor Center study published Thursday finds.
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The nation’s low minimum wage could be costing the federal government more than $100 billion a year, a UC Berkeley Labor Center study published Thursday finds.
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A report released by the California Workforce Development Board details how every industry affected by the state's climate policy can incorporate equity into jobs.
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A report released by the California Workforce Development Board details how every industry affected by the state's climate policy can incorporate equity into jobs.
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As the COVID-19 pandemic brings safety challenges to local hospitals, Berkeley and Oakland health workers are calling for stronger protective measures from hospital leadership.
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As the COVID-19 pandemic brings safety challenges to local hospitals, Berkeley and Oakland health workers are calling for stronger protective measures from hospital leadership.
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A July survey intended to examine the morale of UC Berkeley employees midpandemic revealed a prevalent need for child care.
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A July survey intended to examine the morale of UC Berkeley employees midpandemic revealed a prevalent need for child care.
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