August 21, 2013 |

Restaurants raise prices in lieu of leaving tips

By Pizza Today


Restaurants raise prices in lieu of leaving tipsSome New York and Chicago restaurants may opt to take tips off the table, according to The Wall Street Journal. The tip-free establishments would instead increase menu prices by as high as 15 percent and pay employees a higher hourly pay. It’s an idea that has restaurant operators in other cities asking, “Would it work here?”

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Onosys and LevelUp Supercharge New Customer Acquisition for Restaurants

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