Calif. Gov. Newsom signs landmark fast-food wage bill into law

The law, a compromise between restaurant and labor groups, will pave the way for a $20 minimum wage for 557,000 fast-food workers in the state on April 1, followed by annual wage hikes.


NYC's $18 wage for third-party delivery workers allowed to stand

A judge on Thursday blocked efforts by DoorDash, Uber Eats and Grubhub to stop the law, which amounts to a roughly 150% raise.

Members of the Culinary and Bartenders Unions gave their leaders a green light for a walkout if negotiations continue to stagnate.

Employers will need to be more active—and careful—under the new protocol that went into effect last month.

The suit alleges that the woman was routinely mocked for her appearance and accent, and that the company failed to stop it when the woman complained.

The perk for new parents came from Women at Dine, one of the company’s staff resource groups. “The idea made great sense,” said new Chief People Officer Sarah Cannon-Foster.

After local industry advocates dropped their opposition, a bill to phase out the employer payroll concession is being described as a done deal.

Federal enforcement officials say the Hammock did not meet the requirements set out in a new law called the PUMP Act.

Filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission last year, the lawsuit involves allegations that a manager sexually assaulted a worker who was just 17 at the time. With the settlement, Chipotle does not admit wrongdoing.

Reality Check: Five weeks of management hell was enough for this industry vet of 47 years.

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