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Roy's to pay $225K in labor case

The company underpaid workers in Hawaii and violated the state's tip credit law, federal officials say

By Erika Engle

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, May 03, 2014

~~<p>The U.S. Labor Department said Roy's Holdings Inc., parent company of Roy's restaurants, underpaid hundreds of Hawaii employees and unlawfully required servers to pay a portion of their tips to nontipped kitchen staff and other employees.</p>
<p>Roy's agreed to pay $225,000 in back pay and tips to 326 employees covering a two-year period from roughly 2011 to 2013.</p>
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The U.S. Labor Department said Roy's Holdings Inc., parent company of Roy's restaurants, underpaid hundreds of Hawaii employees and unlawfully required servers to pay a portion of their tips to nontipped kitchen staff and other employees.

Roy's agreed to pay $225,000 in back pay and tips to 326 employees covering a two-year period from roughly 2011 to 2013. Login for more...



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