After a local restaurant was shamed for taking waitstaff tips, Parklife founder and newly appointed Night-Time Economy Advisor for Greater Manchester Sacha Lord hopes to introduce a “gold standard in tipping.”
The London department store has been accused of pocketing 75 percent of the tips earned by staff in its cafes and restaurants.
London’s Soho Waiters Race dates back to the 1950s and sees local waitstaff run through the streets holding a bottle of fizz balanced on a tray. “The waiters are part of the community,” explains race volunteer Tim Baros. “We want to build relationships...
After a mass defection in April of 13 North Korean restaurant workers, three more just slipped away in China this week.
An unnamed restaurant in Hanoi was fined last week for having waitresses who were dressed only in bikinis serve drinks to customers.
The thing with all the drinking and general lack of care that can come in the hospitality world is that it hid the fact that my manager was depressed and had been diagnosed as bi-polar.
A new economics study claims that tipping benefits pretty much everyone in the restaurant industry—not just servers, but restaurant owners, customers, and other workers.
Jet fuel may not be able to melt steel beams, but a reference to said meme sure as hell can set your entire life aflame in the most spectacular of ways.
Fuck Che Guevara and Guy Fawkes. A hundred years from now, we’ll all be wearing T-shirts idolizing this freedom-fighting waiter—and you’d best believe it’ll be glorious.
Jasmine Sandoval’s suit claims that she spent more than 20 percent of her working hours doing untipped work like washing dishes, but received the lower minimum wage of $5.04 that is meant to be implemented for workers who also receive tips.
According to new research from Cornell University, being served by overweight front-of-house staff can impact the amount of food we order in restaurants.
According to the International Business Times, a new study shows that 51 percent of food service workers say they go to work “always” or “frequently” when they are sick.