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Ultimately every action we must take to Reset San Francisco comes back to how we can grow our economy while preserving our quality of life. We need to focus on the industries of the future and the educational excellence that these industries require. We need to understand and build upon our strength as a gateway city to the booming Asian economy. And we need to make sure that as we create new jobs – those jobs and the job-training necessary to hold them are available to San Franciscans first.

Decisions about economic policy can be highly contentious in San Francisco – particularly policy around land use. Can we reset the debate so we can focus on what we need to do to put San Franciscans back to work in family sustaining jobs?

AB 1066 Extends Overtime Pay for Farm Workers
2 weeks ago

AB 1066 Extends Overtime Pay for Farm Workers

By  •  Jobs

As we reported previously, CA recently passed landmark climate change legislation.

This week, the state made national headlines again with the signing into law of AB 1066, which will expand overtime pay …
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CA Legislature Passes AB 2437, AB 2125 to Protect Nail Salon Workers
4 weeks ago

CA Legislature Passes AB 2437, AB 2125 to Protect Nail Salon Workers

By  •  Environment, Jobs

The California state legislature experienced a flurry of activity in the days leading up to the final recess of its 2016 session on August 31.

Among the bills passed were …
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Homelessness: An Innovative Approach from Albuquerque, NM
1 month ago

Homelessness: An Innovative Approach from Albuquerque, NM

By  •  Housing, Jobs

Here at Reset SF, we are committed to discovering and promoting innovative solutions to San Francisco’s crisis regarding homelessness.

Sometimes the best way to find new solutions is to study what other …
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Mission Bit is Launching Into Summer!
5 months ago

Mission Bit is Launching Into Summer!

By  •  Education, Internship, Jobs

Mission Bit is an emerging organization aimed at promoting equity in the tech sector through intensive yet accessible computer science instruction. Their courses are available free of cost to the San …
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L.A.’s Wage Increase Ripples in the Bay
2 years ago

L.A.’s Wage Increase Ripples in the Bay

Last week, the Los Angeles City Council voted 12 to 3 to increase the minimum wage for hotel workers to $15.37 an hour; a move that may affect cities throughout …
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S.F.’s new job problem: Everyone’s working
2 years ago

S.F.’s new job problem: Everyone’s working

By  •  Jobs

Original Article from SFGate

By: John Coté

Jeannie Kim, owner of Sam’s Diner in the up-and-coming Mid-Market area, has a problem plenty of employers outside San Francisco would love …
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