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Use tip credit for some pay? Beware requiring ‘substantial’ work that doesn’t generate tips

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Employers must be careful not to give tipped employees too many additional duties to complete before, during or after their tip-generating activities. If more than about 20% of their time is spent on such activities, you may have to pay them the full minimum wage for those hours, regardless of how much they earn in tips during the shift.

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