National Employment Law Project en The Dirty Low-Down Dozen <p>Most working people routinely tip servers at sit-down restaurants, but after considering a recent list of the dozen U.S. companies that pay employees the<em> least</em>, consumers may want to start tipping fast-food workers and clerks at familiar department stores, too.</p><p>The “dirty low-down dozen” are either large national restaurant chains that employ tens of thousands of cooks and cashiers, or large national retailers, according to the <a href="" target="_blank">National Employment Law Project </a>(NELP).</p> Wed, 09 Jan 2013 17:31:25 +0000 Bill Knight 26993 at The Dirty Low-Down Dozen