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But, crucially, the rule doesn’t actually require that employers distribute pooled tips to workers. With that much illegal wage theft currently taking place, it seems obvious that when employers can legally pocket the tips earned by their employees, many will do so. It is worth noting how deeply unusual it is that there are no actual estimates in the proposal of the amount of money that would be shifted from workers to employers as a result of the rule, even though data that researchers use all the time are available to produce them. Make no mistake: as a result of this rule, workers will take home less, and their loss will be employers’ gain. And Trump’s DOL is willing to break the requirements of the rulemaking process to attempt to hide that fact.
12 days ago by sechilds
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13 days ago by GoodGuyRy
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— Matt Pearce 🦅 (@mattdpearce) December 4, 2017
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13 days ago by chetan

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