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The Daily Prep List 3.29.22


Covid upended the labor market, and now these workers are using their leverage to push for unions

CNBC 3/29

The Covid pandemic pushed Americans to reconsider how and where they work, resulting in a tight labor market, rising wages and what’s been dubbed the Great Resignation.

Opinion: Workers get left behind as fast food companies look to protect the bottom line

Daily Bruin 3/27

Twice this January, I received calls informing me that I had been exposed to the coronavirus while working at Chipotle Mexican Grill.

Food Industry Policy

Attorneys Take Note as FTC Turns Focus to Franchising

Franchise Times 3/29

Is the sleeping giant waking up? That’s what Federal Trade Commission watchers are discussing after the FTC sued failed franchise Burgerim for alleged fraud in February—the first such case in 15 years—and also launched a new fraud reporting tool called

Outdoor dining may cost Walnut Creek restaurants

KRON4 3/28

WALNUT CREEK, Calif. (KRON) – Outdoor dining has been a hit in downtown Walnut Creek but soon those popular spaces may come at a price. 

On the Side

Restaurant Week Returns on April 3 for Lunch, Dinner—and Now Brunch Too

Times of San Diego 3/29

San Diego Restaurant Week returns on April 3 for eight days of culinary exploration at nearly 100 restaurants throughout the region.

Happy hour ‘in a coma’ at downtown S.F. bars as workers trickle back to the office

San Francisco Chronicle 3/28

A workday winding down and the sun diving lower in the sky has long meant one thing for many thirsty, working San Franciscans: happy hour.

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