Alicia Quirós

Unite Here, Local 11

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Organizer for Local 11 of Unite Here, which represents hotel and restaurant workers in Southern California; former waitress

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Tipping is as American as apple pie -- fundamental to the $600 billion restaurant industry with tens of millions of employees.

Is Tipping at Restaurants Becoming a Thing of the Past?

Tipping is as American as apple pie -- fundamental to the $600 billion restaurant industry with tens of millions of employees.

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Tipping is as American as apple pie -- fundamental to the $600 billion restaurant industry with tens of millions of employees.

Is Tipping at Restaurants Becoming a Thing of the Past?

Tipping is as American as apple pie -- fundamental to the $600 billion restaurant industry with tens of millions of employees.

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