legislation and regulation


California mandates greater pay transparency from employers

Help wanted ads will be required to include a pay range, and potential hires can't be asked about their past pay levels.


Can managers split tips with front-of-house staff?

The short answer is no, Advice Guy says, as doing so can have legal ramifications and dent staff morale.

The 14-member council would focus on tackling meal debt and preventing stigmatization.

The Healthy Meals, Healthy Kids act would expand and strengthen numerous school nutrition programs.

The bill would ban practices often referred to as "lunch shaming" at schools nationwide.

The funding aims to help school districts purchase American-grown products.

The final bill increases meal reimbursements and extends some waivers, however, it will no longer provide free meals to students who qualify for reduced-price ones.

Establishments have until January to find alternatives, with one narrow exception.

Public school students would be able to receive lunch at no cost each day.

School districts in the state will no longer be able to hire such agencies to recoup unpaid debts.

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