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The Daily Prep List: 1.11.22

Labor

What Restaurants Can Learn From—and Do About—the Worker Shortage

QSR Magazine 1/11

Over the course of the last two years, restaurants have demonstrated they are nothing if not resilient. 

Will A Starbucks Union Affect Your Morning Cup Of Coffee?

National Review 1/10

Many among us can’t face the day ahead until they get their morning fix of caffeine, and Starbucks is a popular choice for procuring a morning beverage.

Food Industry Policy

Give restaurants certainty with consistent outdoor dining regulations

CalMatters 1/11

When it was first imagined, outdoor dining was a necessary response to help the California restaurant community survive in the COVID-19 era.

How the proposed California budget could help small businesses

KCRA3 1/10

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Small businesses still reeling from impacts caused by the pandemic may have some relief with the proposed California budget for 2022-2023.

On the Side

As Omicron Spreads, Restaurants Face More Labor and Supply Chain Issues

Restaurant Business 1/10

The renewed surge in coronavirus cases has hurt restaurants around the country, resulting in more sporadic shortages of staff and supplies, while traffic and sales took a big hit at the end of the year.

Los Angeles Employers Now Must Provide and Monitor Masks in the Workplace

California Employment Law Update 1/9

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, which has responsibility for the County’s more than 10 million residents, kicked off the new year with a brand new Health Officer Order on January 5, 2022.

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