Is tipping unfair?

Most Americans Aren’t Ready to Give Up Tipping

Last year, the New York restaurateur Danny Meyer announced he’d be eliminating tipping at 14 of his restaurants by the end of 2016, affecting most of his 1,800 employees’ compensation. That, plus experiments by a handful of open-minded restaurant owners throughout the country and even the management of the chain Joe’s Crab Shack, seemed to signal the stirrings of a shift that would overturn an American tradition that’s now a century-and-a-half old. But any tipping revolution will have to come from the top, because the public isn’t on board ….[READ]

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