Skip to content

The Daily Prep List 10.16.2023


‘A low bar’: How California’s new workplace violence prevention plan aims to make workplaces safer

Restaurant Dive 10/16

California employers have less than nine months to comply with the state’s new law requiring workplace violence prevention plans.

How California’s Fast-Food Workers Won $20 an Hour

Counter Punch 10/16

More than half a million fast-food workers in California are about to get a raise—not because of the voluntary generosity of their bosses, but as a result of a hard-won labor victory.

Food Industry Policy

Does California’s New ‘Junk Fee’ Law Ban Restaurant Service Fees?

SF Eater 10/13

Hey Eater SF,

I was wondering if you knew about the new junk fee bill that was signed into law over the weekend.

Bill to Sustain Outdoor Dining in California Signed by Governor

Contra Costa News 10/14

A bill was signed this week by Governor Gavin Newsom that would allow for outdoor dining to continue through July 1 of 2026.

On the Side

People are falling ‘hook, line, and sinker’ for scammers posing as Bay Area restaurants

San Francisco Chronicle 10/15

T’André Ernesto White was scrolling through Instagram recently when a message caught his attention.

Grubhub driver seen on video eating customer’s food

KTLA 10/15

LONG BEACH, Calif. – A local restaurant owner is outraged after he caught a Grubhub delivery driver wolfing down a customer’s order.

Like this article?

Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Share on LinkedIn
Share on Pinterest

View Recent Posts!