DENVER Colorado employers may reduce the pay of non-tipped minimum-wage employees by three pennies an hour and cut the pay of tipped workers by at least that amount beginning Jan. 1, according to the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment and state restaurant association officials. Yet, there is some uncertainty as to how much restaurateurs will be able to shave from the minimum wage paid to tipped employees. The wage ...
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