What to pay tipped workers becomes focus of minimum wage hike debate
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Posted on 6/10/2019 by
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There doesn’t seem to be much difference between the House and the Senate versions of Senate Bill 10, which both increase the minimum wage from $10 an hour at the beginning of next year and to $12 at the start of 2022.

But there is a big difference in how they to calculate the tipped wage – a difference that is crucial to the New Hampshire Lodging and Restaurant Association as well as anyone else who employs a tipped worker and, of course, to the tipped workers themselves.

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