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Minimum Wage: Basics You Should Know

Running a restaurant successfully requires more than just having great food; it’s also about having great staff and following the law. Minimum wage laws require that you pay your employees at a certain level, but even that can vary depending on whether an employee receives tips or not. Here’s what you need to know when […] The post Minimum Wage: Basics You Should Know appeared first on Evil HR Lady.
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