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36% 59 votes
64% 105 votes
164 people voted
Yes, they should be paid a better wage 122 votes

Yes, they should be paid a better wage
74%
I'm not sure - such rises could be passed on to the customer 28 votes

I'm not sure - such rises could be passed on to the customer
17%
No, wages are always determined by skillsets required 14 votes

No, wages are always determined by skillsets required
9%
Other - leave a comment below or create a topic with your opinion 0 votes

Other - leave a comment below or create a topic with your opinion
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darthcynic

darthcynic

  '...high street chains such as Pizza Express, Cote Brasserie, and Bill's withhold the tips left by customers for staff...' Wage theft, the biggest form of theft beating out all other forms of theft, possibly even combined. 'I'm not sure - such rises could be passed on to the customer' Well there could be a little less profit - especially for large franchise corporations who remunerate their CEOs sums like $38 million - or subsidising a bad business model but yes, the end user might collectively have to pay a *bit* more per transaction. Is ' but, but how can I have this cheap food if the cooks and servers aren't paid poverty wages,' such a great look? 'No, wages are always determined by skillsets required' While greater skills etc. merit greater remuneration and leaving aside the fact that being a table server ain't some breezy doddle in the first place, there is nothing in that wage contention that mandates lower skilled jobs must result in poverty wages like it's a punishment. If a job needs to be done then however low skilled it is it nonetheless should pay a living wage, end of.

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