Bar and restaurant workers
The Employment Appeals Tribunal recently ruled in HM Revenue & Customs’ favour by supporting current National Minimum Wage legislation relating to tips.
This means that employers have to pay their staff at least the National Minimum Wage regardless of any tips, gratuities, service or cover charge unless the tips are paid directly through the employer’s payroll.
Date: 4th July, 2008
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