The no-tipping movement has picked up steam in the last couple of years, but Joe's announcement is a little different because it's a chain. It's also more casual than some of the fine-dining restaurants that have gotten attention for going tipless.
Last month, the CEO of New York's Union Square Hospitality Group announced a rollout of a no-tipping policy at the company's upscale restaurants.
Danny Meyer told CBS tips can create a large earning gap between servers and kitchen workers. He also said minimum wage increases nationwide encouraged the company to re-evaluate worker's compensation and make restaurant work more sustainable.
Even though it'll mean an increase in menu prices, the CEO of the group that owns Joe's says it'll be worth it.
On the company's Facebook, Joe's reiterated the policy is still being tested and it's not sure "when or if this would roll out to all locations."
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