UnderCover Waitress: Discrimination at The Tilted Kilt

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Discrimination at The Tilted Kilt

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The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has filed a lawsuit against the Tilted Kilt in Roswell. It seems that the hallowed patrons of this high-class eatery prefer gawking at white belly-buttons and boobs.

According to the suit, an unnamed former general manager objected to being instructed to fire Najila Salaam for having "too dark" skin. Salaam, an African-American, had been trained but was never put on the schedule. Salaam was told that there were too many black women already working at the Roswell Tilted Kilt location, according to Alexis Stevens at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Tilted Kilt refers to waitresses as "cast members" and the skimpy uniforms as "costumes." There may be some good psychology behind these labels. Perhaps it is easier to play the role of little sex-pot when using theatrical terminology to describe what is supposedly a waitress job.

This company can't seem to stay out of trouble or out of bad news.


  1. Do cast members work for tips, or are they paid a reasonable hourly wage?

  2. So, they're waitress, just like in a restaurant?

    They are in a world of hurt for that firing.


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