What do you think? Do you think the dining public should be told which restaurants have been caught improperly pocketing the funds? Would it affect your decision to dine there in the future? Tell us what you think in the comments.
1/25/2013 12:07:00 PM
Amnesty Plan Expected in the Healthy SF Scandal
The San Francisco Chronicle, District Attorney Dennis Herrera is set to announce later today an amnesty program requiring restaurateurs and other business owners to pay back a portion of the money to their employees. So far, only one restaurant has been singled out by name in the case and it has already agreed to a settlement to pay back past and current employees for denied healthcare expenses. We’re curious to see if part of the amnesty program will ensure the anonymity of the other businesses charged in the case.The fall out continues surrounding the Healthy SF surcharge scandal amid new allegations that more than 50 San Francisco restaurants owners have been identified for improper use of the surcharge fees passed onto diners to cover the cost of city-mandated healthcare. According