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A new restaurant in the city of Philadelphia is thinking outside of the minimum wage box and is paying all of its workers $15 per hour. The place called, “William Street Common”, is a brand new restaurant in the city of Brotherly Love and has dedicated a $15 per hour wage to its workers under the rule that tipping is not accepted within the establishment. There is a surcharge that will be placed on your bill, but under the circumstances, food patrons will not be allowed to credit the workers with additional money for the service provided. What do you think about this strategy? Is this a good or bad idea? Click the link below for the full video.