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The Daily Prep List 4.7.22


Will the DOL Require Employers to Raise Salaries to Maintain Overtime Exemption Classifications?

FSR Magazine 4/6

There has been a great deal of speculation recently about whether the U.S. Department of Labor will increase the minimum salaries required for employees to qualify for the White Collar Exemptions from the minimum wage and overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”).

Cerity Partners with California Restaurant Association to Provide Members More Ways to Protect their Businesses

Press Release 4/6

AUSTIN, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The California Restaurant Association (CRA) has designated Cerity, a provider of digital-first, direct-to-customer workers’ compensation insurance policies, an insurance carrier of choice.

Food Industry Policy

Are parklets going away? Or are more coming? SLO County considering new rules for businesses

The Tribune 4/6

A quick spin through downtown Cambria shows a changed view: Only two temporary, street-side parklet structures for outdoor dining are still in place as a county deadline to remove them looms.

El Farolito to open North Beach location, overcoming S.F. ban on chain restaurants

San Francisco Chronicle 4/6

San Francisco’s El Farolito, the Mission District restaurant that was temporarily blocked from opening in North Beach due to the city’s ban on chain stores in that neighborhood, has overcome that challenge — and is expected to open sometime this month.

On the Side

Orange County’s Hottest Restaurant Group Is a Cross-Cultural Strip Mall Sensation

Eater LA 4/6

If you’re looking for Orange County’s most exciting restaurant group, try the intersection of Brookhurst Street and Edinger Avenue in Fountain Valley.

Big Apps Made a Meal Out of Local Restaurants. Food Delivery Co-Ops Are Fighting Back.

Mother Jones May-June Issue

When Grubhub came to Iowa City in 2017, Jon Sewell got what he describes as a “call to action.” He owns a D.P. Dough franchise there and had been using a delivery service called OrderUp to get his calzones to college students.

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