The question of which types of employees are considered agents of their employer for purposes of sharing in tip pools has come to the forefront in a number of cases filed against Starbucks. The Starbucks litigation is an excellent reminder to employers that issues concerning the payment of wages, in particular tip pooling, may involve… Continue Reading
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