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What is your tipping point? Preparing restaurants for the new tipping rules

Authored by Justin Roberts, Kickfin

As restaurant owners continue to navigate the challenging landscape, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Department of Labor is throwing the industry another curve ball with a new regulation that allows restaurants to require tipped employees to pool tips with non-tipped employees. This new regulation, going into effect March 1, 2021, could have some significant implications for the hospitality industry, restaurateurs and its employers.

Read more for insights on what the new tipping rules mean and how your restaurant can prepare.  

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Kickfin is the only way to instantly deposit tips into employees’ bank accounts, the second their shift ends — 24/7/365. We eliminate the hassle, hidden costs, and health hazards of paying out tips in cash, so your people stay safe while still receiving their earnings in real time. Reach out  to Kickfin for more information.

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