You don’t have to share tips or pay house fees.
It is a common practice for some adult entertainment to charge dancers a house fee. If the dancer doesn’t pay, she can’t dance. On top of that, dancers have to pay the DJs, managers, bouncers, and others from their tips. Basically, dancers are paid to work at the club, covering its operational costs. That’s not right!
You don’t have to work unpaid overtime.
Most clubs set the schedule, dance rotation. Clubs even penalize dancers if they’re late or if they leave before a specific time. It is relatively common practice to force dancers to clean the club after hours or to have them sell a certain number of drinks or services per shift to make up for spilled drinks or walked tabs.