Many parts of the Trump administration's FLSA tip credit rules will take effect as scheduled, while others will be delayed and possibly replaced.
The White House has issued a memo directing the US Department of Labor (DOL) to consider postponing until March 23 any rules that were finalized after the November 3 election but have not yet gone into effect.
New legislation, proposed regulations and other directives regarding the minimum wage tip credit could necessitate changes in policies and practices for employers of tipped employees in Connecticut, Maryland, New Jersey and New York.
Denver's minimum wage will be $12.85 per hour, effective January 1, 2020, and then increase to $15.87 per hour by 2022.
If finalized, proposed regulations could help bolster two key US Department of Labor interpretations of the FLSA.
Connecticut joins California, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York and about three dozen cities, towns and counties that have, or will eventually have, a $15 minimum wage.
News: HR guidance on complying with the federal and state requirements for the minimum wage tip credit.
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