National Restaurant Association uses cheap tactics to try to undercut criticism of their anti-worker, anti-consumer agenda.
Statement from IPS Director John Cavanagh
A new report reveals just how much the restaurant industry’s current low-wage model costs ordinary taxpayers.
Restaurant jobs are among the lowest paid, but corporate executives get big tax write-offs for their business lunches.
New report shows that while restaurant executives are fighting living wages for their workers, they’re also benefiting from tax subsidies for their own pay.
President Obama supports raising the tipped minimum wage and emphasizes that this move would help women, who make up the majority of tipped workers.