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  • Is my daughter entitled to minimum wage? Arizona

    She is 17 an working at a restaurant as a hostess. They are only paying her $6. per hour as they say she is receiving tips from take-out order customers. She told me she maybe gets $3. per day in tips, some days none. Should she be receiving minimum wage as she is not a server receiving regular tips? Is what they are paying her legal in this case?

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    http://www.minimum-wage.org/states.asp?state=Arizona

    (Note section re how does Az. min. wage apply to tipped employees.)
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      Past that you might want to look at the following.

      http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p1244.pdf
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        What is the youth minimum wage?

        The youth minimum wage is authorized by Section 6(g) of the FLSA, as amended by the 1996 FLSA Amendments. The law allows employers to pay employees under 20 years of age a lower wage for a limited period -- 90 calendar days, not work days -- after they are first employed. Any wage rate above $4.25 an hour may be paid to eligible workers during this 90-day period.

        See this link

        http://www.dol.gov/whd/regs/compliance/whdfs32.pdf
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        • #5
          Agree with above. That info was in the Az. min. wage exemptions in the link I
          provided.
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