The California Assembly yesterday (Thursday) passed a bill that would create a "state option" for workers whose employers don't offer retirement plans. The California Report's Marisa Lagos has details.
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Widely-watched, heavily-lobbied legislation that would allow California farm workers to receive overtime pay more quickly did not come up for a vote yesterday (Thursday) as it was expected to. Capital Public Radio's Ben Bradford reports that led to a renewed pledge from the Assembly Speaker that it will pass.
"Employee of the Month," "Most Professional," and other such honors are common at many workplaces. They might add a few warm and fuzzy feelings at work, but a new study finds they could actually be doing more harm than good. KVCR's Matt Guilhem explains.
A California appeals court has reversed a lower court ruling that struck down the state's teacher tenure and dismissal laws as unconstitutional. As Capital Public Radio's Ben Adler reports, it's a big win for teachers unions -- and a setback for supporters of overhauling public education.