suetoo 5pts Since PT's posts a schedule and fines workers around $25 an hour for missing work, it's hard for them to say that these aren't employees. If they are employees, they should make sure they at least make the minimum wage. They also charge dancers and strippers to work there. If a woman works 9 or 10 hours on a slow night or day and then makes $200 and has to 'tip out' $100 of it and also has to pay to work @ another $100, might have arrived late because of the snowstorm (another $25), paid a cab because she drinks at work so doesn't drive there or back ($60) it can all be a losing proposition.For those of you commenting about how the strippers may not pay taxes, think what the club is paying. So do you honestly think they're paying taxes on their late fines, tips and other things? It's a lot more money than the strippers wind up with.