Tipped workers still feeling the pain

Even prior to COVID-19, tipped workers suffered from the inadequacies of the U.S. social safety net and minimum-wage standards. The pandemic has exposed not only the inherent vulnerability of food-service workers to a public health emergency but also how even government efforts to support them can fail those who rely on tips for some or…

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