What’s A Union Contract Look Like?
Restaurant Business 12/20
After more than three years of negotiations, the Burgerville quick-service burger chain and the union representing workers at five of the chain’s 39 units have agreed on an employment contract that will determine wages, benefits and working conditions until May 2023.
7 Ways Your POS System Can Slow ‘The Great Resignation’
QSR Magazine 12/20
Yes, you read the title of this article correctly: your POS system can help you slow The Great Resignation.
Food Industry Policy
Court Rules in Favor of Biden’s Vaccine Mandate, but Supreme Court Awaits
FSR Magazine 12/21
An appeals court ruled the federal government can enforce President Joe Biden’s employee vaccine mandate, but challengers are looking to send the case to the Supreme Court.
COVID: New Restrictions Hit Struggling Bay Area Restaurants With Disappointing End To 2021
KPIX CBS 12/20
OAKLAND (KPIX) – Bay Area restaurants face new setbacks as the latest COVID-19 variant affects their staff and encourages businesses to take more precautions at the end of another difficult year during the pandemic.
On the Side
As LA’s COVID-19 Cases Surge, More Restaurants Announce Temporary Closures
Eater LA 12/20
Los Angeles County — and indeed California at large — is beginning to feel the early effects of what is likely to be another COVID-19 winter surge, spurred on by the newer and highly transmissible omicron variant of the coronavirus.
A wave of Bay Area restaurants are shutting down temporarily again as omicron spreads
San Francisco Chronicle 12/20
Bay Area restaurants and bars are starting to close temporarily again due to COVID-19.