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    Default What is it really like to work as an employee (dancer)?

    I know California and a few other states have implemented the employee instead of the typical independent contractor business model. What is it like for those of you who are working like this?
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    Default Re: What is it really like to work as an employee (dancer)?

    Depends entirely on the percentage of commission you get to keep from VIP room sales.

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    Default Re: What is it really like to work as an employee (dancer)?

    I'm curious! Are there massive scheduling requirements?

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    Default Re: What is it really like to work as an employee (dancer)?

    In California they take around 50% of what you make, BUT they might have done that even before they were required to give us W2s. At the club I worked at, there was a schedule, but it was pretty flexible. If a girl hasn't made any money by a certain time in her shift, she could be sent home (because she's not pulling in at least her hourly wage). They "require" a thirty minute lunch break but it is not enforced. Tip out is still expected but there is no house fee.

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