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The Daily Prep List 08.22.2022

Serving up the latest restaurant industry news.


San Diego Businesses Continue to Struggle to Hire Employees

NBC San Diego 8/21

Despite fears of a recession, the war to retain employees still rages on across the U.S.

California Voice: Stopping pay for workers sick with COVID is misguided

Marin Independent Journal 8/21

During the first waves of the COVID-19 pandemic, California became the nation’s leader in protecting vulnerable workers by adopting emergency rules to prevent spread of coronavirus at work, and ensuring that workers who were infected could stay home to get well and prevent further spread. 

Food Industry Policy

BOE schedules annual ‘taxpayer rights’ meeting

Daily Republic 8/21

FAIRFIELD — The state Board of Equalization will hold its annual Taxpayers Bill of Rights meeting Aug. 30.

Big Labor Eats Small Business in California

Wall Street Journal 8/21

America’s leading antibusiness policy incubator, also known as the state of California, is at it again.

On the Side

Trucker protests at Port of Oakland put dent in July container traffic; shipments fall 28%

MSN 8/21

Protests by independent truckers over Assembly Bill 5, California’s gig worker law, slowed the movement of imports and exports through the Port of Oakland in July, causing the number of containers handled to drop sharply compared to the same month a year ago, port officials said.

Double check your bill — restaurants are tacking on fees to avoid raising menu prices

Yahoo! Finance 8/21

John Savage and his wife don’t go out to eat much anymore. The cost of a meal in the San Francisco area has soared, he says — even if prices haven’t.

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