SAN FRANCISCO More than 140 restaurant operators across California were issued more than $844,000 in fines last week in a crackdown on labor violations, including the failure to carry workers’ compensation insurance. Investigators from the California Labor Commissioner’s Office said they conducted 245 inspections in 26 counties across the state on Jan. 21 and 22, and cited 143 restaurant industry employers for labor law violations. Of those, 129 were cited for failing to carry ...
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