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Americans are more likely to tip people they interact with face-to-face than those that work more behind the scenes.
But the data doesn't paint the whole picture.
The Department of Labor has a new rule it wants to get on the books that would change the way restaurants treat tips. It’s called the tip-pooling rule, and would let workers in the back of the house, like dishwashers…
The Department of Labor has proposed changes to Obama-era rules about tipping. The changes would let employers pool tip money from workers who earn at least minimum wage and share it with non-tipped workers or use it to “make capital…
Author Saru Jayaraman explains why your gratuity has become the wage for many tipped workers.