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Employers must take into account the wage-hour requirements and restrictions of all jurisdictions in which they employ tipped workers, as well as how these provisions interact with the FLSA's requirements.

The U.S. Labor Department has published the 2017 wage-rate floor required by President Obama's "Establishing A Minimum Wage for Contractors" Executive Order 13658.

The Ninth Circuit has denied petitions for rehearing its opinion earlier this year holding that the U.S. Department of Labor could extend the FLSA's tip-pooling restrictions to instances where the tipped employees received the minimum wage without reliance on the Section 203(m) tip credit.

There is no such thing as an FLSA "subminimum wage for tipped workers".

The U.S. Labor Department has published the 2016 wage-rate floor required by President Obama's "Establishing A Minimum Wage for Contractors" Executive Order 13658.

Tipped-worker employers should immediately respond to the misleading "tipped minimum wage" PR campaign.

Our partner Tom Rebel has prepared an overview of the U.S. Labor Department's final regulations "Establishing a Minimum Wage for Contractors" under Executive Order 13658.

A White House report promoting a substantial jump in the FLSA's minimum wage perpetuates now-widely-disseminated propaganda about an alleged "tipped employee minimum wage" of $2.13 per hour.

The White House Press Office reports that President Obama has now signed an Executive Order to raise the minimum-wage rate for workers on federal contracts.

Now that the election is behind us, employers should consider what they might anticipate in the field of wage-hour law.

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