An itty-bitty, teensy-weensy little misunderstanding between the Harvard Club and its waitstaff has reportedly been settled for $4 million in Boston. The Harvard Club, which charged diners and drinkers a 17 percent surcharge on bills, contends that it didn't really do anything wrong, but that it could have been clearer about how that surcharge was not actually a tip to the waitstaff. Staffers claimed that they were stiffed when diners thought they were paying a gratuity. [Eater Boston]
Building a successful co-op should also be "rooted in justice, equity, and a holistic view of the world"