DOVER Del. Tipped restaurant servers in Delaware may get a raise if a bill approved this week by the state Senate is passed by the House and signed by the governor. The Delaware senators approved SB 280, a measure seeking to raise the wage employers pay tipped employees. Because Delaware has a tip credit, restaurants are usually required to pay only $2.23 of the mandated $7.15 minimum hourly wage for employees who receive gratuities. Tips are counted toward the balance of the minimum. ...
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