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  • cutting your wages

    I need to know the florida laws on a company cutting your pay rate and still wanting you to do the same job.

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    Florida Pay Rate

    There is nothing illegal in an employer cutting your pay rate and expecting you to do the same job, as long as you are at or above minimum wage.
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    • #3
      cutting wages

      i was am making 5.15hr. they want to take us down to 3.13hr. the minimum was was raised to 6.15 hr. as of may 2nd.

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      • #4
        Job

        Are you, by any chance, in a job where you receive tips, such as a food server?
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        • #5
          cutting wages

          yes i am. i work at bob evans as a server.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by beverage58
            yes i am. i work at bob evans as a server.
            i would like to find out if this is illeagal. we are having a meeting on it tommorrow at 3.00pm.

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            • #7
              cutting wages

              ]i would like to find out if this is illeagal. we are having a meeting on it tommorrow at 3.00pm. i would like to know what i'm talking about when i go back at my boss.

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              • #8
                Wages for a Food Server

                No, it is not illegal. Federal wage laws are much more tougher on employers than Florida's. You can read about tipped employees at: http://www.dol.gov/esa/regs/compliance/whd/whdfs15.htm
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