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food permit wage theft enforcement brochure

Food Permit Enforcement Program

The Food Permit Enforcement Program (Program) launched in September 2019 to combat wage theft and help workers in the retail food industry collect outstanding unpaid wage judgments issued by the CA Labor Commissioner’s Office.

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County Contracts Labor Standards Enforcement Program

The Board of Supervisors adopted a Wage Theft Prevention Policy (Policy) to use existing County operations as mechanisms for enforcement to assist workers collect money from outstanding wage judgments and prevent ongoing wage theft. One of those County operations is contracting. The Policy requires all contractors to comply with applicable federal, state, and local wage and hour laws. These include the federal Fair Labor Standards Act, the California Labor Code, and any minimum wage ordinance enacted by the County or city/town within the county.

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Retail Food Advisory Council

The Office of Labor Standards Enforcement (OLSE) established the Retail Food Advisory Council (RFAC) in early 2021 to serve OLSE as an informal stakeholder advisory group. The RFAC supports OLSE in advancing labor standards compliance and supports a healthy economy for the business and workers in Santa Clara County.