By Pam Zubeck When The Broadmoor hotel’s wait staff and bartenders, in crisp white shirts and black pants, hustle to serve meals and pour drinks, they’re hoping for a good tip to supplement their hourly wage. But the resort keeps a portion of those tips, or “service charges,” automatically tacked on to customers’ bills. When […]
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