If you are required to pool tips at your job, your employer could be at fault. Does your employer require you to tip out staff who do not serve others? Is so, your employer could be at fault.
Since Federal law stipulates that employers can pay tipped workers $2.13 an hour, the tips made are crucial in bringing up that hourly amount. Many servers make above minimum wage, but when you have your employer requiring to pool tips or tip-out other staff, what feels like a good shift, turns into a bad one.
If you are facing tip stealing or have any questions, please call us. You worked for it. You deserve to keep it. We want to help.
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Violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
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Attorney Bill Hopkins served as the chairman of the Employment Rights Section of the South Carolina Association for Justice for three years.
You have rights in the workplace. We help you stand up for them. You don’t have to face your employer alone. Hopkins Law Firm has your back.
Contact Hopkins Law Firm, LLC, at 843-314-4202. If you would like more information about your specific case, you can meet with an attorney from our Pawleys Island team. We will listen to your story, let you know what we can do, and how we can help. You may also email us with a detailed description of your case and we will reach back out to you. We are your local attorneys and we are here to help.
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