New York to raise wages for tipped workers

New York to raise wages for tipped workers

State commissioner approves hourly $7.50 rate, a 50-percent jump

Restaurant wait staff and other tipped workers in New York will earn $7.50 an hour before tips effective Dec. 31, after the state’s acting labor commissioner approved the increase on Tuesday.

Servers in New York currently earn $5 per hour, compared with a non-tipped minimum wage of $8.75. The state allows businesses to use tips to meet or pass the minimum wage.

In New York City, the tipped wage will rise to $8.50 an hour if the city gets permission to raise its minimum

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