Workers Rights

27 Sep 2020

A New Orleans Woman is Giving Out Insane Tips!

Anyone who waits tables for a living holds out hope that they will someday be the lucky recipient of an extraordinarily large tip. The “Tip the Bill Challenge” from a couple of years ago went viral when generous customers started leaving 100% tips and then grateful servers posted photos off

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25 Sep 2020

Why The EARN IT Act is Terrible for Sex Workers and the Internet as a Whole

Welcome to Brain-Throbs & Blow Jobs, a column highlighting the great minds and perspectives of Bay Area sex workers through interviews and photo portraits by Maxine Holloway. The internet makes sex work safer. Before the internet, it was challenging to work without third-party management or a brothel. Online platforms can allow

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25 Sep 2020

A New Orleans Woman is Giving Out $1000 Tips

Anyone who waits tables for a living holds out hope that they will someday be the lucky recipient of an extraordinarily large tip. The “Tip the Bill Challenge” from a couple of years ago went viral when generous customers started leaving 100% tips and then grateful servers posted photos off

Bitchy Waiter 0
15 Sep 2020

Do You Know Who the Most Important Restaurant Employee Is?

At first thought, it might be easy to assume that the most paramount of employees in a restaurant are the servers. They are the face of the industry and sometimes customers will excuse sub-par food if the service more than makes up for it, but the server is not the

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14 Sep 2020

The Organization Helping Past Felons Finally Vote in Florida

At the time of publication, this initiative from the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition  has raised $3,787,624 to pay off this debt, helping thousands of people regain their right to vote

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03 Sep 2020

Gov. Workers Use Gyms and Politicians Can Get Haircuts Indoors, Why Can’t We?

Due to shelter in place orders, indoor use of gyms as well as hair salons and barbershops have been banned since March for the public, but not for government employees. This week we saw a very vocal ‘shelter in place’ advocate on the national political stage, caught getting her haircut

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24 Aug 2020

COVID Has Changed Some Customers For the Worse

Restaurant customers sure have changed over the last few months. When outdoor dining first became the new normal and restaurants could serve indoors at lower capacity levels, diners slowly ventured back out into the world, eager to eat a meal they didn’t prepare themselves and have it served by someone

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31 Jul 2020

Curbside Concerts Let’s You Hire Musicians to Play in Front of Your Home

The shuttering of live music venues across the country due to COVID, has made things incredibly difficult for musicians and bands. It’s been over five months since live music has become verboten, creating a situation where millions of performers can no longer make a living. Luckily the folks at Curbside Concerts

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