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I know YOU are a BIG tipper (HA!) but...

Added: Sunday, August 18th 2019 at 2:47pm by greatmartin
Related Tags: restaurants, work

Please read this first (in today's Sun-Sentinel) 

I was in the restaurant business for 38 years of my 50 working years, 30 of them in South Florida from 5 star restaurants to joints and I loved being a server turning down many manager offers or opening my own place.

This article makes it seems like this is a new part of restaurant business--it isn't--going back to 1956 I can name names of where these practices took place and some not even mentioned like 'paying' servers to come in and clean the restaurant from top to bottom and being paid with a 'meal'.

"If you don't like the job, leave" is easier said than done.

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I'm sure that type thing happens a lot. I've seen stories where a lot of business owners from other countries think they can do what they want which may be want was done in their country. Since they usually hire workers also from their home country, they think they can get away with it and the workers wouldn't know what U.S. laws really are.

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