Capital & Main / LA Progressive 5/27
As summer approaches, countless teens everywhere are gravitating toward jobs in the food service industry, which welcomes young workers but frequently makes headlines for child labor violations.
California Employment Law Report (Zaller Law Group) 5/27
As we end May 2022 and break for Memorial Day weekend, there were some major case develops within the last week for California employers.
Food Industry Policy
Los Angeles Times 5/27
Citing the climate crisis, the Los Angeles City Council voted Friday to ban most gas appliances in new construction, a policy that’s expected to result in new homes and businesses coming equipped with electric stoves, clothes dryers, water heaters and furnaces.
San Diego Union-Tribune 5/27
Those that do not apply for Spaces as Places must cease outdoor dining operations by July 13. The dining areas must be restored to their original condition, and all structures or platforms in streets, sidewalks or parking lanes must be removed.
On the Side
The Mercury News 5/31
Sonoma County is beloved for its agricultural roots and all-around un-Napa vibes. It might be the only place where you can get third-wave coffee made by woodworkers, hummus with Michelin cred and a self-serve taste of $350 cabernet.
Business Insider 5/25
Uber, DoorDash, Instacart, and other gig economy companies spent years burning cash, customers, and workers.