• Live Nation, AEG, SoCal Sports Teams Require Vaccination For Employees

    The nation’s two largest live entertainment and ticketing companies and the owners of five Southland professional sports teams will require all full-time employees at eligible company offices in the United States to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, with limited exceptions, officials announced Wednesday. The organizations include Live Nation Entertainment, AEG, Goldenvoice, the Coachella Valley Music […]

  • Chipotle raises its menu prices

    Chipotle raised its menu prices by about 3.5% to 4% to cover the cost of higher wages for employees, the company’s Chief Financial Officer John Hartung said Tuesday. “You take about a 4% price increase to cover the dollar cost of the extra labor,” he told an analyst during a conference. Chipotle announced in May that it […]

  • Restaurant Workers Refuse To Return To Work

    As we start to see Covid restriction ease with businesses and restaurants getting back to the swing of things, one local restaurant tells us that they are struggling to find help as employees do not want to return to work. NBC Palm Springs spoke with the owners of Bobby’s Detroit Coney Island restaurant in La […]

  • Board Approves Fines for False Alarms in Unincorporated Areas

    RIVERSIDE (CNS) – The Board of Supervisors Tuesday formally approved imposing fines on Riverside County residents and businesses using fire, burglar and other alarms that are repeatedly triggered in unincorporated communities without justification, tying up first responders. The “False Alarm Ordinance” was adopted on a unanimous vote and will take effect in 30 days. The […]

  • Board Approves Two Union Agreements, Totaling Nearly $60 Million

    RIVERSIDE (CNS) – The Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved two collective bargaining agreements totaling nearly $60 million, securing pay raises and making other benefits adjustments for thousands of Riverside County government employees over the next four to five years. The first contract with the Laborers International Union of North America, Local 777, was authorized in […]

  • Amazon said nearly 20,000 workers got coronavirus

    Amazon said Thursday that 19,816 of its front-line US employees at Amazon and Whole Foods have tested positive or been presumed positive for the coronavirus, shedding light for the first time on how its workforce has been impacted by Covid-19. Amazon had repeatedly resisted sharing comprehensive data with the public and with its own workers about the total […]

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