NEW YORK Proper record keeping of employees work times and a defined position on tip pooling procedures can help protect restaurateurs from a variety of lawsuits that typically add costs and stress to already challenged operations, industry observers said in Manhattan this week. Atown hall meeting, entitled “How to Protect Your Restaurant,” was held in response to the myriad lawsuits that have been filed against restaurateurs in New York City, as well as proposed changes to current labor ...
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