NJ Restaurants Go VIRAL For Threatening Staff With '5 Star Review' Policy

According to NYPOST:

Two New Jersey chain restaurants found themselves in hot water after photos went viral of an employee notice that stated workers were required to earn online reviews of “five stars” in order to keep their jobs.

Tio Taco and Tequila Bar and Tommy’s Tavern and Tap in New Jersey stirred up a storm over the weekend when pics of their new

posted review policy were posted on Reddit. The policy said that every “front of house” employee was required to get at least 5

Google reviews each month mentioning them by name and rating the restaurant five stars. The company has told the press that the

employee that posted the policy has been fired, and it was “100% not company policy.”

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