By Mark Hamstra
Source: Supermarket News
Instacart has reached a $5.25 million settlement with the city of San Francisco concerning payments to workers for health care and sick leave, according to an announcement by the city on Thursday.
The settlement was the result of an investigation by the San Francisco Office of Labor Standards Enforcement into Instacart’s compliance with the city’s Health Care Security Ordinance (HCSO) and Paid Sick Leave Ordinance (PSLO). The HCSO requires employers with 20 or more workers to spend a minimum amount on health care benefits per covered employee. The PSLO requires employers to provide sick leave to all employees in San Francisco.