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The Daily Prep List 3.14.22


JPMorgan says labor shortage requires unconventional hiring, including people with criminal records

CNBC 3/14

JPMorgan Chase says that companies can deal with global labor shortages in part by tapping the neurodiverse and people with criminal backgrounds.

Minimum Wage Increasing to $15.96 In These L.A County Areas

KIIS FM 3/11

It’s official! The minimum wage amount in certain LA County areas is increasing by 6.4% starting in July. According to KTLA, this is the first increase since 2016.

Food Industry Policy

Cupertino looking to roll out single-use plastic ban in 2023

The Mercury News 3/14

In an effort to cut back on the 300 tons of single-use food ware items tossed out by residents and businesses each year, the Cupertino City Council is considering banning single-use plastics at food service establishments as soon as next summer.

Mace, Escobar introduce PIGS Act to ban gestation stalls nationwide

National Hog Farmer 3/11

This week U.S. Reps. Veronica Escobar, D-Texas, and Nancy Mace, R-S.C., introduced bi-partisan legislation to ban gestation crates nationwide. 

On the Side

Inflation threatens California’s economic recovery

CalMatters 3/14

California’s economic recovery from the devastations of the pandemic was stronger than previously estimated — but skyrocketing inflation could rob the state of its hard-earned gains.

Celebrity chef Michael Mina launches new group to open hotel restaurants

San Francisco Chronicle 3/14

Michael Mina, one of the Bay Area’s most famous chefs and prolific restaurateurs, is behind a new company opening hotel restaurants.

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