I work for a restaurant in Maryland. It is a franchise that started in Canada. I am a server/supervisor. I supervise(hourly) 2-3 days out of the week and another 2-3 days serving(tips). I looked at my paycheck I received and it was nowhere near what I thought it’d be. I talked to a member of management and was told “it evens out” because of tips. My question is how does working for tips one day that the restaurant does not pay at all and then working hourly effect my hourly pay and paycheck?
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