Los Angeles Daily News 5/26
If there were an annual awards banquet for Worst Ideas Introduced in Legislation, California would certainly dominate the competition every year, and this year, a bill threatening to turn the government into a labor union for fast food employees might very well win the top trophy.
QSR Magazine 5/26
The past few years have been particularly challenging for the restaurant industry. In the midst of initial lockdowns, extended periods of mask mandates, and other pandemic-related restrictions, restaurants were forced to rapidly adapt their operations in order to remain in compliance with a slew of regulations, while also struggling to accommodate the rapidly-evolving expectations of their customers.
Food Industry Policy
FOX5 San Diego 5/26
Monterey Herald 5/26
Q. Business at my restaurant is picking up, and I want to make sure that everyone is rewarded equally for their hard work. Can I ask my tipped employees to share part of their tips with other employees?
On the Side
Eater SF 5/26
These days, California might be best known for its pristine beaches, giant sequoias, and vast expanses of farmland.
Los Angeles Times 5/26
If you’re wondering what’s swelling the price of everything you buy, the cost of a gallon of diesel is a good place to start.