Bloomberg Law
May 3, 2018, 2:42 PM

Tip Reporting Has D.C.-Area Restaurateurs, Worker Groups Puzzled

Jon Steingart
Jon Steingart
Legal Editor

The owner of Washington’s oldest saloon wonders why two major jurisdictions in the National Capital Region require employers to report on the wages and gratuities of tipped employees. Worker advocates are asking the same question, but from a much different perspective.

Those reports are an unnecessary hassle, Claude Andersen, vice president of human resources and recruitment for Clyde’s Restaurant Group, told Bloomberg Law. Clyde’s owns the Old Ebbitt Grill and other restaurants in the Washington area.

Businesses with tipped employees in Washington, D.C., and Montgomery County, Md., must file quarterly reports certifying their workers earn at least minimum wage through ...

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