In Virginia if a waiter does not make minimum wage is the employer responsible to make up the difference?
I used to work as a server here in NC and while the laws do state that employers are suppose to make up the difference, they usually don't. Everywhere I have worked, save for one place, ALWAYS went back in the computer system and changed my wages (claimed tips) so it would appear that I made over minimum wage, and leave me earning approximately $2.25/hr. So yes, while they are suppose to, I would venture to say that they won't.
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If a waitress counts her tips and they equal less than the minimum wage for the hours worked is the employer responsible to make up her pay to at least minimum wage?
Minimum wage . The minimum wage for restaurant, diner, and bar servers is much lower than the minimum for other workers. Your employer is obligated to pay you the server minimum, nothing more. It sounds like you need to find a more popular establishment.. In Kentucky and Indiana, the employer is… supposed to pay you the difference between what you make in tips and the minimum wage if your tips do not bring you up to that. It is very seldom that tips do not bring the wages of a server up to minimum wage when averaged over a period of a few days to a week, so employers assume that overall you are making minimum wage or more and do not make up the difference if you have a bad day every now and then.. ( Full Answer )
When minimum wage goes up does that add on to what you are making now or will it just even out to 5.85 an hour?
Answer Minimum Wage Increases . If you are making below the minimum wage limit, then your pay will need to be adjusted to the current wage limit if it goes up. If you make more than minimum wage, the employer isn't under any obligation to increase the pay.
Virginia's minimum wage is the federal minimum $7.25 per hour, or $2.13 per hour for tipped employees, as per the Fair Labor Standards Act.
The minimum wage of a waiter in the Philippines is between 8,000and 12,000 Philippine Peso per month. This is equivalent to between179 and 269 US dollars per month.
Depending on the company you're with, or the client, it ranges from $15/hour to $20/hr. If you're lucky, you can add on tips but that's usually not the case with large events.
It is 2.13 an hour. Technically, if a server does not receive at least $5.12 an hour in tips, an employer is also supposed to provide enough compensation such that the waitress receives at least $7.25 an hour, but this rarely happens.
\n. \nIt's $7.50\n. \n. \n>> The person that put $7.50 is out of their mind. That's more than minimum wage in NC, period... must less for servers. As of right now, the minimum server wage in NC is actually only $2.13/ hour!!!!
Your employer is responsible for any over payment of wages. Youwill need to contact your payroll department to get the problemresolved.
No legally this does not affect their wages at all. Some companies do raise wages because of it a little bit though.
The minimum wage in West Virginia is currently at a rate of $7.25 an hour, or $2.13 for tipped employees.
First of all, a union can't "make" anything happen. A union negotiates with an employer; the two agree to a wage increase. Inflation goes up, cost of living goes up, cost of goods goes up, cost of insurance goes up, companies raises the cost of products produced, companies look for labor out sid…e of the country, companies find cheaper labor abroad, companies reduce workforce, company closes a few factories, company sends more jobs out of the country, company closes more factories, union empoyees lose jobs, union disloves, company closes all operations in the US, changes name to Oragami inc. unemployment rate goes up. Unemployed that formaly worked for the company increase the tax burden on the rest of the nation, medical costs go up because of the burden, welfare and unemployment goes broke, country goes into ressesion, prison population goes up.......etc...etc.....Its a vicious circle. ( Full Answer )
Using the current minimum wage of $7.25 per hour, and assuming the job is full time at 40 hours per week, that makes $290 per week and around $1,160 per month before taxes and other deductions.
When I worked there years ago I averaged anywhere between 17-20 a hour with tips added in. But I worked my butt off to make it. But not bad for someone that was 18 years old and no waitering experience. I was being paid $5.25 a hour and then after tips it averaged out to 17-20 a hour. But its a stre…ssful Job ( Full Answer )
As long as it is not against your employment contract, it is possible. You do not have to continue working there either.
can a employer make you work for lower wage to get out of paying unenployment An employer can lower your wage, and you can accept that or leave. Lowering your wage does not exempt the employer from UI claims.
I have waited tables for 5 years, all fine dining. Tips vary day to day, in a fine dining restaurant with a nice wine menu, a server should be able to pull $100 easy. Highs ranging from $350-500 dollar nights depending on clientele. That being said, on an off day you might be sent home early with no…thing, or work all night on a slow evening and make 50 bucks.. Primarily tips have to do with the server, if you have IT you'll do fine, if you don't have IT, I'd look for a new job. ( Full Answer )
New York and New York City both have their own jurisdiction andability to pass laws in addition to the federal laws.
As a waitress that has been working for five years i usually pull in 100 on average per 5-7 hour shift on the weekends, weekdays are more like 50-80
This really depends on the jurisdiction and their corresponding minimum wage laws. Without knowing tax deductions, holiday pay, vacation time, etc. and assuming full time hours (40 hours per week for 52 weeks in a year) you would probably make in the range of $15 600 ($7.25/hr) to $20 800 ($10/hr)… a year, Part time workers would earn less. ( Full Answer )
The General Assembly consists of a 100 member House of Delegates and a 40 member Senate.
In some states restaurateurs only pay waitresses a mere pittance of $2.15 an hr. Don't know who else gets away w/ this...oh yes, in some western cities they'll pay car wash workers a flat amount for a whole day plus split any tips if they should be lucky enough to get any.
Whichever is highest is the one that prevails. States cannot have lower minimum wages than federal. Federal always prevails over states. However states can set higher minimums than federal, and in that case the higher state minimum prevails.
$6.40 per hour\n. \n. \n. \n. \n . $2.40 an hour (it is one of the lowest legal wages, due to expectation of tips).
If a business can not pay the minimum wage because they are not making enough money to do so can the employees still work there without the minimum wage?
As an employee, you can't get in trouble for accepting less than minimum wage, although no matter how much money the business is making, it can still get in trouble for not paying it. Try to find a job working for someone more responsible; anyone paying less than minimum wage might very well stiff …you. ( Full Answer )
no one not even an employer can make you sign up for anything 401K,any type ofinsurance,benefits,care,not even dental,vision,health its actually up to the individual if anyone wants anything or not nothing can be forced on anyone
I believe so......in the 1970's I taught at a modeling school....the owner opened a second branch in a nearby suburb, and I taught at both of them - 4 days a week at the main school and one day a week at the branch......so I guess it's not illegal or anything....as long as you are being paid......I …was paid mileage for my driving back and forth, etc......I didn't mind it at all..... ( Full Answer )
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Based on the 2000 census Virginia is: . 75.70 white, . 20.54 Black, . 04.32 Asian and . the balance others with a . 04.17 percent Hispanic population
Based on the 2000 census Virginia is: . 76.00 percent Christian, . 15.00 percent non-religious and the others listing themselves as . Jewish, Buddist, Muslim, Hindu or others.
According to the department of labor the current Population Survey estimates 75.3 million workers are hourly wage earners in 2008. Among those 286,000 earned exactly the minimum wage and 1.9 million earned below the minimum. That makes for a total of 2.2 million workers who earn at or below the mini…mum--and that's 3% of the people who work as hourly employees . Of those who make less than minimum wage, services workers made up the largest group. 9% of those who made less than minimum wage work in the service industry. And leisure and hospitality was the industry category with the largest number of below minimum wage workers at 14%. ( Full Answer )
no because that person quit and that boss has to pay for that week for what you have already been getting paid.
Wage employees are paid for services rendered and their work isstrictly monitored by their employer. Their pay can be in the formof salary, hourly, or commission; but it must meet the stateminimum hourly wage. Additionally, the company holds taxes out ofthese employees' paychecks. Self employees on …the other hand arenot as closely monitored by the companies that they are contractedwith. They often receive work on project basis and are not requiredto meet the state minimum hourly wage. They are required to paytheir own taxes. ( Full Answer )
The median pay for a makeup artist in the UK is Â£19,519. Your paywill depend on your experience though. You should be getting aboutÂ£26 an hour.
What if you cant do the job duo to injury and seek other employment and it has less hour and pay does workers comp make up the difference?
Due to the injury which has been accidently so we can't finsih our job as soon as possible, not only that no time to and also it is due to the less hour, the salary is less than that of which asked in the other company so, please after my inury gets cleared, and if my salary get raised i may finish …my job which is given to be it is because no compensation for the injury which i have in the office timings so please reconsider and give my compensation also . Thankyou K.shanmugapriya ( Full Answer )
What if you get served with child support and the parent serving it has a job and makes more then minimum wage?
Both parents are jointly responsible for their child's support. Your share will be based on a percentage of your net income.
The main responsibilities of make up artistare: . Communicating with the clients to clarify the look she wants. . Apply make up using a colour palette and different tools suchas mascara, sponges, brushes and applicators. . Style hair accordingly. . Use photographs for reference when finali…sing the ideal look. . Apply the products that suit the skin of the customers. . Ensure make up looks natural in different lighting. ( Full Answer )
The majority of jobs for 17-year olds pay minimum wage in Florida,but there are some jobs which will pay more.
An employer has the right to insist that you appear presentable and professional. Specifically requiring you to wear make-up (unless the job literally requires it, for example, if you're an actor or model or something) is a little over the top and might be actionable.
Very few union members work for minimum wage because they areskilled workers. Union members come together to demand wages thatare higher than minimum wage because they offer experience andskills that the unskilled non-union members cannot. When theminimum wage increases by law, there is a smaller di…fferencebetween the minimum wage and the union wage, and it becomes morebeneficial for employers to hire skilled union members thanunskilled workers at the minimum wage because the marginal benefitof the union members' skills is worth the marginal cost of theunion wages. ( Full Answer )
legally, they are required to. However, employers that do not keep records of the employees actual wages don't pay their employees minimum wage if gratuities are not paid.
Well, in them 8 hours, you need 3 breaks so you can relax. If the employer is telling you to stand like bullying, its wrong and should be dealt with in any country,
Actually, the minimum wage helps to protect both the worker and the employer. The minimum wage acts as a guideline for the employer so he can assess what other employers are paying for unskilled work. As the complexity of the job tasks increase, the employer can raise the remuneration in order to re…tain the more experienced workers. The minimum wage aides the unskilled worker in that it helps to protect him from employer exploitation. ( Full Answer )
You can budget for insurance in many different ways. Create a list of all of your expenses. Go through that list and see which areas can be trimmed back, thus creating extra funds for insurance.
Waiters do make minimum wage as their base salary. Tips are additional wages they make.
Minimum wage is currently $7.25 per hour. If the job is full-time at 40 hours per week, then that makes $290 (before taxes and other deductions).
Can a company lay you off and hire you back at minimum wage when you were making almost twice minimum wage when laid off?
If you are willing to go back to work for that, they can do that.If there is a collective bargaining agreement, there may bealternatives.
The minimum wage for an employee in New York is $7.25 per hour. This rate is modified for certain provisions, such as a lower wage for those who earn tips?
A lot. Living wage is a wage which you can live off of and meetyour needs. The minimum wage is the minimum businesses within ajurisdiction are required to pay their wage-based employees (thisdoes not apply to contractors, commission-based employees, oremployees subject to receiving tips. One is subs…tantially lowerthan the other. ( Full Answer )
Economies differ from state to state. In coastal states (California, New York, Florida, Mass, etc) thecost of living is very high, thus the minimum wage can be higher asa supplement. In the Midwest, (Kansas, Oklahoma, and so forth) the cost of livingis very low. A high minimum wage in Kansas would …crash the economy,as no one could afford to pay such a wage. As a comparison with living costs, a standard income in Kansas is35-45 thousand a year, while in California it's 65-75 thousand ayear. A very significant difference. ( Full Answer )