Perhaps no industry has been hit harder by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic than restaurants. Many have closed outright, leaving hundreds of thousands (if not millions) of people out of work.

For those fortunate enough to stay open, most have turned to exclusively offering curbside pickup or even delivery. The sales generated from these transactions help keep these business alive during this challenging economic situation.

However, what about workers that survive mostly (or even solely) on tips? And this isn’t just limited to restaurant workers. We have to give consideration to delivery and grocery drivers. What kind of contribution could be considered both appropriate and reasonable, given these times?

And how about medical or postal workers, most of whom are not allowed to accept monetary gifts? These are just a couple of things to think about when considering the effects of the quarantine. To read the full article, please click here.

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