The Daily Breeze 5/9
Southern California theme parks, restaurants and other retail outlets are scrambling to fill openings as COVID-19 restrictions loosen and the summer season approaches. Many employers, struggling to find enough workers amid a reawakening economy, are offering higher wages and incentives to lure new hires.
ABC22 Savannah 5/8
As some restaurants face short staff struggles, former service industry worker Nicole Graziani says there are many reasons why she left the industry.
Food Industry Policy
CBS San Francisco 5/9
This is the first weekend San Francisco is back in the Yellow Tier after six months, creating a new buzz among once dormant and restricted San Francisco bars and restaurants. Judging by the strong turnout at bars and restaurants across San Francisco Saturday night, business owners and customers are thriving again under the least restrictive Yellow Tier.
The Guardian 5/9
The proposed legislation expands freelancers’ right to unionize but the current wording could have repercussions for the use of independent contractors.
On the Side
The couple is among a growing number of culinary stars who have transplanted their talents from America’s big cities to suburbs and smaller cities and towns because of the Covid-19 crisis.
Tap Happenings 5/9
California lawmakers celebrated the mandating of a minimum wage increase. However, just after the bill passed, business owners made an announcement of their own.