Theres more evidence that tipped minimum wages — the practice by which restaurant workers can be paid less than state or federal minimum wages as a result of also receiving tips — can lead to greater racial and gender pay disparity, a new report finds.

The report, which is based on government data and interviews with NYC tipped workers, comes from non-profit UC Berkeley Food Labor Research Center and One Fair Wage, a non-profit that advocates for the end of tipped minimum wages.

New York’s tipped minimum wage perpetuates racial and gender disparity, report says

There’s more evidence that tipped minimum wages — the practice by which restaurant workers can be paid less than state or federal minimum wages as a result of also receiving tips — can lead to greater racial […]

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