Overtime Pay Laws For Restaurant Servers

What are the overtime laws for restaurant servers?

Under the FLSA, restaurant servers are entitled to earn compensation for every hour worked.  The FLSA requires that waiters and waitresses are paid at-least $7.25 per hour.  This can be straight pay or a combination of a lower wage and tips.  Deductions made from wages for items such as cash shortages, required uniforms, or customer service walk-outs are illegal if the deduction reduces the employee’s wages below the minimum wage or cuts into overtime pay.

If you or someone you know works as a restaurant server and you believe your employer has failed to rightfully pay you benefits, call us today at (855) 754-2795.  Our restaurant server overtime pay lawyers can discuss your case with you and determine whether or not you are eligible to file a lawsuit under the law.  If determined that you were unfairly denied wages, we will start working on your case immediately gathering all the evidence to prove and win your case.  We represent our clients under our No Fee Promise, which means no legal fees or costs until we win or settle your claim.  Call today and get your case reviewed for free at no obligation!

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