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I have worked for a decade at Denny's. I make 2.93 an hour plus tips. My paycheck every 2 weeks is around 100 bucks. Not much help for a family of 6. Now my company has taken away our vacation…

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Jason S. (West Hills, California)

Jason S. (West Hills, California)

Hello I want to discuss the management side of the kitchen. I want to discuss the ludicrous culture and mentality of the owner'a and upper management in Restaurants and hotels. I have personally witnessed , chefs being over worked and…

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Erik F. (Denver, Colorado)

Erik F. (Denver, Colorado)

Living off tips is one of the worst career choices anyone can make. I have been born and raised in the restaurant industry and understand how fickle your income can be. The fact that tipped employees are not guaranteed benefits,…

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Steven E.

Steven E.

I want everyone to know the horrific part of being a server. I have been in the industry for about 10 years. At my first serving job I was sexually harassed, discriminated against and retaliated against for my opposition to…

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Chris R.

Chris R.

This is my final semester at the University of Maryland, studying Broadcast Journalism. I'll be taking 21 credits, using my seventh internship to extend my professional network, and working two jobs where tips will be paying for my school, my…

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Richard W.

Richard W.

Living off tips is a restaurant owners way of forcing unpaid labor upon servers. No better example of this is restaurants that require side work regardless of whether you have earned any tips during shift. I used to work for…

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Sarah C.

Sarah C.

Workers in the Restaurant Industry need paid sick days, it behooves all of us. In my over 25 years of working in restaurants, there were many days I had to go in sick. Not only could I not afford to…

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