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The No-Tipping Era Is Officially Done
The last major holdout is going back to gratuities.
I’m a Bartender Who Had COVID-19. My Restaurant’s Owner Warned Me Not to Talk.
“People are so desperate right now to make money that they’ll do anything to get past it.”
As told to
Mayor de Blasio Announces Plan to Help Some of NYC’s Family-Run Restaurants
Owners will be required to pay workers a subsidized $20-per-hour wage, prompting criticism from the NYC Hospitality Alliance.
McDonald’s Workers Will Strike to Protest Sexual Harassment
The strike will take place in ten cities on September 18.
Ocasio-Cortez’s Victory Is a Win for New York’s Restaurant Workers
Her platform (universal health care, a $15 minimum wage, support for the Equality Act) would address the labor issues the industry is rife with.
A New York Food-Delivery Service Will Offer Medical Benefits to Couriers
Homer Logistics is raising the ante for GrubHub, Postmates, and Uber.
Papasito Mexican Grill & Agave Bar in
This time it’s over alleged wage violations.
Will New Tip Regulations Matter?
There are new rules in place, but they sound as fuzzy as the old ones.