The Current Status of the Labor Shortage and What it Takes to Survive
Modern Restaurant Magazine 9/2
As the nation rebounds from the massive COVID shutdowns that forced huge portions of our workforce into a period of hibernation, it might come as a surprise to some that supply chain shortages and service delays continue to loom, even after most economies have fully opened back up.
Who pays the increase in the minimum wage?
The council has just voted a new living wage for hotel workers of $17.63 per hour and has indicated it will approve a new minimum wage that exceeds both the State of California and City of Los Angeles.
Food Industry Policy
Most Californians support a COVID vaccine requirement for indoor businesses, poll shows
Sacramento Bee 9/1
A majority of Californians supports requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination before entering large outdoor gatherings or certain indoor spaces such as restaurants, bars and gyms, according to a new poll.
Berkeley to require proof of vaccination at indoor restaurants, bars, gyms and more
Workers at those businesses and several others will also be required either to get vaccinated or receive weekly COVID-19 tests.
On the Side
California Restaurant Association CEO discusses Restaurant Revitalization Fund amid wildfires, COVID-19
Fox40 Sacramento 9/1
Jot Condie, the president and CEO of the California Restaurant Association, joined Sonseeahray on FOX40 News at 11 a.m. to discuss hardships the industry is facing.
Ghost Kitchen Brands Opens 1st U.S. Location, In a Walmart
Restaurant Business 9/1
The Canadian company’s outlet in Rochester, N.Y., offers 25 brands including Quiznos, Dickey’s and Red Bull.