Recent years have seen numerous developments in federal law affecting employment of tipped workers, including court rulings, shifting interpretations by the Department of Labor, and even an amendment to the Fair Labor Standards Act. At the end of the Trump Administration, DOL issued regulations with an effective date after the presidential transition. In this webinar, Angelo Amador, Executive Director of the Restaurant Law Center, will host guest speaker Paul DeCamp, national co-chair of Epstein Becker Green’s wage and hour practice and former Wage and Hour Administrator at DOL. Paul will address the current status of those regulations, ongoing efforts to modify the minimum wage and the tip credit, and legislative developments in the states affecting tipped employment.
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