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What is a tip credit?

A tip credit allows an employer to pay an employee who receives tips less per hour, with the tips being used to make up the difference between the minimum wage and the employee's wage. The federal minimum wage is $7.25, but the federal minimum wage for tipped employees is $2.13, meaning a $5.12 tip credit can make up the difference. If an employee doesn't reach $7.25 after tips, the employer is required to pay the difference.

The importance of workplace culture

When an employee experiences discrimination or some other unlawful conduct at work, it's usually not because the employer is unaware of its obligations under the law. In fact, many employers have their own rules and policies prohibiting the same kinds of activity made illegal by federal, state and local laws.

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