There was a time when your fast food restaurant was a place where high school and college students worked along side older folks mostly retired. And that's how you worked your way through college and made spending money.
Now it's become a way where the undocumented criminals and social dregs are finding a way to make large amounts of money for menial work. This according to the Sacramento Bee.
California would become the first state to establish a fast food council charged with setting pay and workplace standards for the entire industry under a bill the Legislature is poised to send to Gov. Gavin Newsom.
Under the legislation, a 10-member council composed of workers, employers and government appointees would negotiate to set industry standards and pay. It would apply to any fast food chain with at least 100 locations nationwide. The council would be a first in America’s fast-food industry.