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DOL’s proposal would allow employers to assign tipped workers more non-tip-generating work while still only paying them $2.13 an hour.
A higher wage floor did not cause the “sky to fall” as industry lobbyists had warned.
New York’s needlessly complex wage system prevents many from taking home the full minimum wage.
A $15 minimum wage recognizes the value that St. Paul’s workers bring to the area’s thriving economy.
Tips are a supplement to, and not a substitute for, wages.
Equal treatment in wages is not just good policy, it is just—and an imperative for the District of Columbia.
The law cannot be more clear: Tips belong to workers and no one else.
This bill will guarantee that workers get to keep the tips that they earn.
DOL political officials covered up an impact analysis they didn’t like, raising concerns about the integrity of the regulatory process.