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The Daily Prep List: 03.12.21


3 Reasons Why Minimum Wage Hikes Will Drive Labor Management Modernization

FSR Magazine 3/11 

The debate over raising minimum wage has been revived through renewed talks over the Raise the Wage Act that would bring the national minimum wage up as high as $15 an hour. While minimum wage increases have always been a hot-button topic in the restaurant industry, it’s become more divisive than ever with restaurants still working to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.

S.F. supervisors unanimously approve grocery worker hazard pay

San Francisco Business Times 3/10

San Francisco became the latest Bay Area jurisdiction Tuesday to implement hazard pay for grocery and retail pharmacy workers with the Board of Supervisors unanimously approving an emergency ordinance adding $5 per hour to their paychecks.

Food Industry Policy

L.A. County to reopen indoor restaurants, gyms, movie theaters as early as Monday

Los Angeles Times 3/11 

Restaurants, gyms, museums and movie theaters in Los Angeles County will soon be allowed to reopen for indoor activity, according to a public health announcement made Thursday that marks the first major reopening of businesses in months.

Grow SF Petitions for Permanent Outdoor Dining Post Pandemic

NBC Bay Area 3/10

Let the parklet’s stay forever. That’s the idea behind a new petition that’s gaining steam among San Francisco’s legendary restaurant scene. 

On the Side

7 Bay Area restaurant options for Easter 2021

The Mercury News 3/11 

Easter lies just ahead, and the Bay Area restaurants are pulling out all the stops to provide celebratory brunches and dinners and holiday to-go options. 

Sonic Drive-In Finds the Fast Lane During COVID-19

QSR Magazine 3/10

It doesn’t take a case study or detective work to understand why Sonic Drive-In experienced a different COVID-19 than most restaurants. After all, it’s in the name.

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