NEW YORK —Following a spate of lawsuits claiming alleged tip-pooling infractions, this state’s restaurant community is pushing for change in wage-related regulations governing tip sharing as well as overtime pay and uniform care. In recent hearings before the 2009 Wage Board, operators and other interested parties testified that the industry would benefit from clarification on how overtime rates are calculated for tipped employees whose ...
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