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Achieving Pay Stub Compliance in Hospitality Payroll Management

Timothy Lozier Blog, Compliance, NY Wage Theft Prevention Act [WTPA], Restaurants, Tip Reporting Leave a Comment

As the market drives towards more transparency in employment wage protection and visibility, both State and Federal agencies are looking to drive more legislation on employer’s ability to communicate wage rates with their employees.  In New York, the Wage Theft …


Compliance from Time Collection to Payroll Management

Ensuring Compliance from Time Collection to Payroll Management

Timothy Lozier Blog, Compliance, Minimum Wage, Restaurants Leave a Comment

Managing an hourly staff in the hospitality business can introduce complexity when you begin to think about the different elements required to maintain compliance.  Whether it is managing shifts, blended rates, tip credits or wage and labor rates, there are …



Tip Sharing– Does the Recent Federal Rule-Change Affect Your Restaurant?

Valiant Marketing Compliance, Restaurants, Rules and Regulations, Tip Reporting

Back in December 2017, the Department of Labor formally introduced a proposed rule-change that would potentially require restaurants to go back to the good ol’ days of tip sharing. Specifically, requiring the front of the house (“FOH”) to share their …


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Restaurants: Non-Compliance Comes With A Hefty Price Tag

Valiant Marketing Events, Federal Department of Labor, Labor Law, Minimum Wage, Restaurants

A U.S. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division investigation recently resulted in Oklahoma’s historic Junior’s Supper Club having to pay out $52,487 for failure to comply with wage and hour regulations. That’s a hefty price tag for an entity …