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Eric Magnus Discusses Implications of the DOL Retracting its “80/20 Rule”

Eric Magnus discusses implications of the U.S. Department of Labor rescinding prior guidance known as the “80/20 rule” that has long prohibited employers from using the subminimum wage for non-tipped side work in "Labor Department abandons Obama-era “80/20 rule,”' published by Nation's Restaurant News.

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