Three D.C. Restaurants Explain Why They’re Eliminating Tipping

published 10.09.2020 18:07

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’” “I think if you ask most people if restaurant workers should have access to health care and a livable wage, they would say, ‘Yes,’” she says.

“I think if you ask most people if restaurant workers should have access to health care and a livable wage, they would say, ‘Yes.’

“It’s very rare that you get this kind of reset” While some restaurant owners and workers are endorsing these changes, the larger concept of abolishing tipping has long been a point of contention in D.C.

Workers divvy up 10 percent of the restaurant’s profits determined by a series of performance metrics like hours worked, time spent with the company, peer reviews, and sales targets.

As the novel coronavirus alters the ways Washingtonians order and receive food from restaurants, customers at a growing number of businesses across town are seeing new service charges tacked onto their checks before they can decide how large of a tip to leave.

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