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The Daily Prep List: 10.01.21


Restaurants Want to Have It Their Way in Congressional Budget Deal

Wall Street Journal 10/1

Lobbyists want labor provisions out and more pandemic aid in.

Chili’s Wants to Pay GMs an Average of $100K

FSR Magazine 9/30

Chili’s and Maggiano’s parent Brinker International announced in a new Sustainability Report that it plans to increase the average total earnings of Chili’s general managers to $100,000 within the next three years as the company continues to battle for workforce attraction and retention. 

Food Industry Policy

California businesses face eviction as moratorium ends

San Francisco Chronicle 9/30

California restaurants, retailers and other commercial and office tenants are all at risk of eviction starting Friday, after the state’s pandemic-era moratorium expired at the end of September.

As virus cases drop, when might the mandatory mask order in L.A. County end?

Los Angeles Times 9/30

Los Angeles County has made tremendous progress in its battle against the coronavirus, but one of the tools officials credit most with helping turn the tide — a countywide indoor mask mandate — doesn’t seem likely to go away anytime soon.

On the Side

All Day Kitchens wants to expand every independent restaurant’s delivery network

TechCrunch 10/1

The pandemic ushered in the popularity of shared workspaces, known as cloud kitchens or ghost kitchens, for restaurants to cook meals exclusively for delivery.

LA considers sweeping vaccination mandate for businesses

Associated Press 9/30

A vote was abruptly delayed Wednesday on a Los Angeles proposal to impose one of the nation’s strictest vaccine mandates to enter indoor businesses and venues, after questions were raised about it creating public confusion and even if it could be enforced.

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