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Employees must pay for walkouts?

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  • Employees must pay for walkouts?

    I'm a bartender in a restaurant. My boss informed me yesterday that we will be required to pay for walkouts(which we rarely have). Is this legal?

  • #2
    Originally posted by joec
    Walk out you mean a strike? If that is what you mean no the employer never pays for a strike.
    No Joe,

    A walkout is when a customer leaves without paying the bill.


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      • #4
        Thank you so much I went to the link you posted and I'm going to call monday.


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