Why Haven't Working Conditions Gotten Better in Hospitality?
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Joanna and Zach take a look at the landscape of working conditions in the hospitality industry, and wonder why they're still relatively poor despite high demand for skilled labor: why unionization efforts fail and why high profile organizations are still having to fight to raise the tipped minimum wage. Could part of a solution be a new vision for the hospitality industry, with public subsidies helping to keep these businesses vital and vibrant? Please remember to subscribe to, rate, and review VinePair on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your episodes, and send any questions, comments, critiques, or suggestions to [email protected]. Thanks for listening, and be well. Zach is drinking: Conduit Wine Divergent Vine Primitivo Joanna is drinking: Grey Goose Ready to Serve Bottled Martini Instagram: @adamteeter, @jcsciarrino, @zgeballe, @vinepair Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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