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Outback may have unlawfully taken tip credit for ‘side work’ tasks - Labor and Employment Law News

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Posted on: May 24, 2017

Refusing to reject the DOL’s 20 percent rule, a federal district court in Florida denied Outback Steakhouse’s motion to dismiss state-law claims by an employee who alleged that the restaurant unlawfully applied the tip credit against the minimum wage paid for “side work” (nontipped) tasks in excess of 20% of the employee’s total working time.

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