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New Report by Former Leaders of California Labor and Worker Protection Agencies Finds State’s Private Attorney’s General Act (PAGA) is Too Slow to Resolve Employee Claims and Too Little Compensation Goes to Workers
Sacramento – Today the Fix PAGA coalition released a groundbreaking new report by former leaders of the state’s Labor and Workforce Development Agency (LWDA), Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA) and the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR), which found that employee labor claims filed under California’s lawsuit-first Private Attorney General Act (PAGA) take twice as long to resolve and provide workers only one-third of the compensation compared to employment claims reviewed by state regulators.
Ninth Circuit Denies Rehearing Petition, Upholds California Restaurant Association’s Victory in Suit Against the City of Berkeley’s Natural Gas Infrastructure Ban
Sacramento, CA – The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit denied a petition for rehearing filed by the City of Berkeley in the landmark decision California Restaurant Association v. City of Berkeley, marking a significant victory for the California Restaurant Association.
182 Independent Restaurants Receive $5,000 Grant from California Restaurant Foundation’s Resilience Fund
Grants Can Be Utilized Towards Strengthening Business Longevity and Employee Retention
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Dec 11, 2023) – The California Restaurant Foundation (CRF), a nonprofit that invests in and empowers California restaurants and their workforce, is pleased to award 182 independent restaurants with $5,000 grants…