Unionized Apple store wants customers to tip – as firm is told to pay $22m in unpaid wages

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First unionized Apple store wants customers to tip staff when buying tech

Staff at Apple’s first unionized store in the US are reportedly in talks to ask customers ‘tip’ staff when paying for goods at the checkout. Staff at Apple’s Maryland branch – which become unionized last year – are said to want a 3-5% gratuity added – or another $59.95 on top of the price of its latest MacBook Air, which retails at $1,199. The Coalition of Organized Retail Employees (CORE), which represents Apple staff, said: “Though we do not see tips as a major way of generating income,

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