New R.I. law ensures gratuities get into the right hands

Paul Bagdan, JWU faculty member who spoke to PBN about a new "tip protection" law in the state. PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Anyone who has worked in the service industry knows how rapidly things can change from one shift to the next. One night’s tips might cover the monthly rent; another might be just enough to afford weekly groceries. Tipped workers have little choice but to accept the uncertainty, often depending on customer generosity and employer integrity.

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