24 Jul '13, 10pm

@randy_levine @CoffeedCom here is my post.

Something that currently I'm seeing happen in the Specialty Coffee industry is a higher expectation from Baristas without proper compensation. Now I know there are companies in the industry that pay great wages but from my travels I constantly here about hard working dedicated coffee professionals who only make minimum wage. I worry this will lead to burnout and we will lose otherwise amazing service folks to other industry. I'm hoping we can have a civilized discussion about the pros and cons of higher wages in our industry.

Full article: http://coffeed.com/viewtopic.php?f=34&t=3912

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