Actually, they are entitled to your tip. Food servers don't make minimum wage; their base pay is set to assume that they average 18% on tips in most states. In some states the employer is required to make sure they get minimum wage if the tips don't cover it, but that's not always the case and owners often ignore this. » 10/31/14 9:16am Today 9:16am

If she was an accountant, why would she have access to planning data? That doesn't make sense. If she's given clearance, she's given clearance. Unless maybe she's leaking that information or taking it offsite. How could you be charged with accessing something you have permission to access? » 10/20/14 9:43pm 10/20/14 9:43pm

It really depends on what part of reddit you delve into. It has communities that stretch across a wide variety of groups. /r/bicycling is a great place for people interested in cycling, /r/wot is a fandom for The Wheel of Time, /r/books is a great place for book discussions and relevant news. » 10/08/14 6:48pm 10/08/14 6:48pm