Dunkin’ Donuts franchisees seek to change state tip law

Boston Globe Reports: For thousands of customers who stop at a Dunkin’ Donuts during the course of the day, dropping a little extra change into a jar next to the cash register is a gesture barely worth noting. But the money that accumulates in those jars has been a point of confusion and heated debate reverberating…

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The hand that feeds you

Originally published on February 17th, 2013 in the Boston Globe.  When customers drop change in a coffee shop’s tip jar, they expect the money will go to the employees who made their latte or served their doughnut. But recent court decisions have led to some of those employees being unfairly deprived — a problem the…

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