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The Daily Prep List: 10.14.21


Why employee retention is critical to your long-term success

Nation’s Restaurant News 10/13

Four ways in which your business is better if you invest in hanging on to your best employees.

Study shows California less affected by labor loss compared to other states, but that’s not necessarily good news

San Francisco Chronicle 10/13

States with the highest unemployment rates appear to be less affected by labor shortages roiling many industries across the U.S. — including California.

Food Industry Policy

What to Know About LA’s Vaccine Requirements

Eater LA 10/13

Last week, a handful of COVID-19 proof of vaccine ordinances kicked in throughout Southern California. To enter any indoor public space in West Hollywood, Pasadena, Long Beach, and the City of Los Angeles, proof of vaccine is the way of the future — for now. 

This Bay Area city plans to ban cars, expand outdoor dining for good along its ‘crown jewel’

San Jose Mercury News 10/13

Even as some Bay Area cities pull dining tables off the streets and reopen their downtown strips to motorists for the first time in 18 months, Mountain View leaders have no intention of doing away with what they see as one of the few positive outcomes of the COVID-19 pandemic.

On the Side

800 Degrees, Pizza Robots, and the Future of Innovative Growth

QSR Magazine 10/13

800 Degrees Woodfired Kitchen felt the push for greater off-premises innovation well before COVID-19 arrived in the U.S.

Fast-casual traffic rebounds in summer, NPD Group says

Nation’s Restaurant News 10/13

Customers are returning to the fast-casual segment after steep declines in visits during the pandemic, The NPD Group says.

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