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When he first made big news by abolishing tips at his flagship restaurant, NYC restaurateur Danny Meyer said, “The American system of tipping is awkward for all parties involved.”
It was an interview about jobs, not a job interview, but by the time I left Pizza Lucé's downtown Minneapolis location, I wanted to work there.
What's the Strangest Thing a Customer Has Asked?
Pizza Lucé CEO JJ Haywood once described her employees to me as "fiercely individualistic." "They don't want to be told who to be," she continued, "and that's actually a great asset.
In 2011 Minnesota passed the Taproom Bill, allowing breweries to sell beer onsite and fueling the growth of a local industry that's ballooned from fewer than 30 in-state breweries to more than 100 in just five years.
Employers don't necessarily have the right to fire workers for social media postings involving the restaurant, as Chipotle found out earlier this year when an administrative judge ruled the chain's social media policy violated federal labor laws.
Though the appeal of procrastination looms large, so too does the December 1 effective date for new overtime rules that will likely change the way restaurant owners pay their employees.