Seeking immediate reclassification is the same strategy employed by California Attorney General Xavier Becerra and the city attorneys of San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego in their misclassification lawsuit against Uber and Lyft, which they filed in June. California and the cities want ride-hailing drivers immediately reclassified — and on Monday won a preliminary injunction from San Francisco Superior Court Judge Ethan Schulman. … [Read more...] about San Francisco district attorney seeks to force DoorDash to change driver status
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Remember what it was like to walk the streets of San Francisco and hear tourists gawking in at least five different languages along every block? Not this year. And they won't be back for a while. With quarantines, bans and other impediments to travel firmly in place, the city will welcome just 969,000 international visitors this year, a decrease of 67 percent over 2019. San Francisco Travel expects that number to increase to 1.6 million in 2021, but that will still be down by almost half compared to 2019. International visitors are usually big spenders, too, but this year, they'll only spend $1.4 billion, down from the $5.1 billion spent in 2019. … [Read more...] about San Francisco’s hospitality industry: Devastated
The other aspect of work culture that mattered to Barzelay: competitive salaries. Some line cooks earn $85,000 in a city where many make minimum wage. They also got a 401(k) and loads of vacation, such as a full week off for Thanksgiving, which he says he has been able to pay for because service charges were built in from the beginning. This makes Lazy Bear an anomaly at a time when people in the restaurant industry nationwide are talking about labor and how to give employees livable wages. … [Read more...] about San Francisco’s Lazy Bear rose out of a recession. Can it survive coronavirus?