California labor law: how to sue employers
On Oct. 12, 2003, five days after California voters decided he should be ousted from the governorship, Gray Davis signed Senate Bill 796, a valuable gift to the labor unions, attorneys and other groups that supported him during the recall election.
4 California Wage and Hour Rulings for Employers to Note
Many HR professionals in the Golden State have spent the last few years adapting to changes prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic and complying with related workplace orders. So, they may have missed other key employment law developments.
Food Industry Policy
Chipotle pushed for humanely raised chicken. Suppliers are still working on it
Los Angles Times 4/4
Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. says its goal to source and sell chicken that’s certified as humanely raised has been delayed because its suppliers weren’t able to make the necessary changes without disrupting supply.
Congress Reconsiders Financial Aid to Restaurants: Report
FSR Magazine 4/4
Weeks after Congress apparently closed the door on replenishing the $28.6 Restaurant Revitalization Fund, the House of Representatives is considering separate legislation that would add restaurant aid, according to multiple media outlets.
On the Side
Southern California has given the world so much. And fast food too
Los Angeles Times 4/5
In the history of everything, there have been two Big Bangs.
Resources available for families of victims and the Sacramento community after downtown mass shooting
In the wake of a mass shooting early Sunday that left six dead and 12 injured in downtown Sacramento, local organizations are providing support to the affected families and to Sacramento at large.