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Jeffrey Brecher and Eric Magnus Discuss the DOL Rescinding its "80/20" Tip Guidance

Jeffrey Brecher and Eric Magnus discuss the Department of Labor rescinding its prior guidance that made the tip credit unavailable to tipped employees who spend more than 20% of their time performing allegedly non-tip generating duties in "DOL withdraws contentious 80/20 tip credit guidance," published by HR Dive.

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