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The Daily Prep List: 12.15.21


Fast food workers are using 911 call logs to draw attention to a hidden “crisis of violence”

The Counter 12/14

In the spring of this year, Perla Hernández, an employee at a Burger King store in Campbell, California, was making a burger when she heard some commotion in the dining area. 

California’s Minimum Wage to Increase to $15 per Hour for Large Employers, $14 per Hour for Small Employers

CA Department of Industrial Relations 12/14

Oakland—California’s minimum wage will increase on January 1, 2022 to $15 per hour for employers with 26 or more employees, and $14 for employers with 25 or fewer employees.

Food Industry Policy

Is Indoor Dining Safe With the Omicron Variant Spreading Right Now?

Eater SF 12/14

Just in time for the holidays, there’s a new COVID-19 variant spreading — omicron has arrived.

CRA joins effort to take PAGA reform to ballot

CRA/YouTube 12/13

Reform to California’s badly-flawed PAGA law is long overdue.

On the Side

Habit Burger Founders Sell Santa Barbara Restaurants

Santa Barbara Independent 12/14

After nearly a half-century of proudly preparing patties that became a nationwide success story, Habit Burger Grill founder Brent Reichard and his co-owning brother, Bruce Reichard, are selling the last eight of their restaurants to Yum! Brands, which owns every other Habit in the country.

Nearly two dozen Oakland restaurants are adding a new surcharge to feed homeless people

San Francisco Chronicle 12/14

Nearly two dozen Oakland restaurants are adding a new surcharge to their bills next year: 1% to help feed the city’s most vulnerable.

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