In an unexpected decision, the U.S achat viagra sur internet. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, on Tuesday, February 23, ruled that the Department of Labor has the authority to regulate the tip-pooling practices of employers who do not take a tip credit,
including prohibiting these employers from instituting tip pooling programs that include back-of-the-house staff, management, and other workers who are not customarily tipped. This decision reverses two federal district court rulings, and essentially ignores the Ninth Circuit’s 2010 ruling on this issue, Cumbie v. Woody Woo.
“We did not expect this ruling, and we’re still consulting with our litigation partners on how we will respond,” said Anthony Anton, president and CEO of the Washington Restaurant Association. “We will inform our members when we have chosen a course of action.”
Possible options include petitioning to have the case reconsidered by the panel that made this decision, petitioning to have the entire Ninth Circuit court hear the case, or appealing the decision to the U.S. Supreme Court.
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