“This is going to be a well-run program that allows people to talk about important things in a safe and frank way and see the other members of the community as potential collaborators and making changes when needed and talking about identifying situations that are toxic or not safe."
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If you’ve never worked in a restaurant but always wanted to party like a bartender, now’s your chance.
It’s time to curb service industry harassment by ending dependence on tipping
“The restaurant industry, the coffee industry, hospitality in general is inherently, I think, a social industry. People go to cafes to meet other people, to talk and connect, and I said that’s perfect.”
This year, a group of Boston hospitality industry pros are turning mid-February into a series of events in the name of V-Day, a global activist movement fighting to end violence against women and girls.
The proposition would allow tips to be shared with staff who are currently federally excluded from getting tips, mainly kitchen crew and support staff.
People who think it’s okay to tip badly also generally behave like assholes, and not tipping at an open bar, where you are drinking whatever you want for free, says loud and clear that you, my friend, are just that.
This is what happens when you mess with the Mass service industry