There’s no denying that extra cash can be very rewarding for employees, even if they express that appreciation is more important. So tips are definitely welcome, right?
Well, a restaurant in Pittsburgh just recently forbade its workers from receiving tips. However, contrary to being outraged, they were more than happy to not receive any extra tips as they just signed a contract that entitled all 20 of them to a $35,000 salary with benefits. On top of that, they will be given health care, 500 shares in the company, Bar Marco, and 10 paid vacation days every year.
“This is truly touching and incredible,” Csilla Marie Thackray, an employee, wrote on the company’s Facebook page. “So proud to be a part of such a phenomenal and supportive company.”
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