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SOUTHFIELD, MI: AFM Local 5
SOUTHFIELD, MI: BMWE Local 1085
SOUTHFIELD, MI: BMWE Local 124
SOUTHFIELD, MI: BMWE Local 1349
SOUTHFIELD, MI: BMWE Local 3019
SOUTHFIELD, MI: BMWE Local 3045
SOUTHFIELD, MI: BMWE Local 367
SOUTHFIELD, MI: CWA Local 4009
SOUTHFIELD, MI: CWA Local 54043
SOUTHFIELD, MI: HFIAW Local 25
SOUTHFIELD, MI: IBEW Local 17
SOUTHFIELD, MI: RWDSU Local 1064
SOUTHFIELD, MI: RWDSU Local 83
SOUTHFIELD, MI: SMWIA Local 80
SOUTHFIELD, MI: UAW Local 1781
SOUTHFIELD, MI: USW Local 1358
SOUTHGATE, MI: IAM Local 698
SOUTHGATE, MI: IAM Local 82
SOUTHGATE, MI: IBEW Local 205
SOUTHGATE, MI: PACE Local 591
SOUTHGATE, MI: USW Local 2659
SOUTHPORT, NC: AFGE Local 1708
SOUTHPORT, NC: ILA Local 1838
SOUTHPORT, NC: ILA Local 1968
SPANGLE, WA: PACE Local 167
SPANISH FORK, UT: BMWE Local 968
SPANISH FORT, AL: UTU Local 1912
SPARKS, NV: APWU Local 5718
SPARKS, NV: BMWE Local 85
SPARKS, NV: CWA Local 9413
SPARKS, NV: IUPAT Local 567
SPARKS, NV: NALC Local 2778
SPARKS, NV: OPCMIA Local 241
SPARKS, NV: SMWIA Local 26
SPARTA, MI: UAW Local 8
SPARTA, TN: IBEW Local 2143
SPARTA, TN: UAW Local 3033
SPARTANBURG, SC: CWA Local 3716
SPARTANBURG, SC: GMP Local 387
SPARTANBURG, SC: NALC Local 628
 

What is the minimum wage for workers who receive tips?

The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) sets a federal minimum wage of $5.15 per hour for covered, nonexempt employees. An employer of a tipped employee is only required to pay $2.13 an hour in direct wages if that amount plus the tips received equals at least the federal minimum wage, the employee retains all tips and the employee customarily and regularly receives more than $30 a month in tips. If an employee's tips combined with the employer's direct wages of at least $2.13 an hour do not equal the federal minimum hourly wage, the employer must make up the difference. Some states have minimum wage laws specific to tipped employees. When an employee is subject to both the federal and state wage laws, the employee is entitled to the provisions which provides the greater benefits.

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