House Dems Back Biden Proposal For Tipped Workers' Pay

By Joyce Hanson (August 24, 2021, 8:42 PM EDT) -- A group of congressional Democrats has come out in support of the Biden administration's proposal to scale back employers' ability to pay a lower minimum wage to tipped workers, saying it would amend a Trump era rule for when an employer can take a "tip credit."

Five Democratic members of the Committee on Education and Labor told U.S. Department of Labor Secretary Marty Walsh in a letter Monday that they support the DOL's 2021 proposed rule on tip regulations, which would return to a decades-old limit on the use of the so-called tip credit under the Fair Labor Standards Act. The...

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