Were a Casino. There are a few Dealers that are not Contributing to Tip Pool and many More that don't contribute agreed amout per Hour Or Down
I guess I should add a few follow up questions while I wait.
Do employees in the Tip pool have a right to see physical copies of who is contributing and what amounts and who is not contributing . Do they get to see recap by day by week by month or by year. What kind of Verification are they entitled to?
Yes. But some are not following.
The Employer knows some employees are not contributing and they are the only ones with the Record. Are employees in Tip Pool allowed to see contributions by employees and should there be records made available for verification to all employees in tip pool.
This involves 100's of people.
There is no written policy on who gets to see who is contributing and who is not.
So the employees that make their living from the Tip Pool have No Recourse on the Employees Not Contributing or the Employer for Not Enforcing Employees to Contribute to tip pool.
So why should any employee contribute to tip pool?
It's been going on for years and employer has done Nothing to rectify situation and now more are contributing less and some nothing at all.
There is set amout per hour and employees in tip pool are suppose to contribute.
We are very busy and tip pools have dropped 40% .
What's the employers obligation to those in Tip Pool not getting their Tips?
How would Employees know the exact amout owed to them if they are unable to see the records?
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