Generally no because these things tend to drive an employee's wages below minimum wage. Food and Beverage are also famous for mis-calculating the tip credit application to minimum wage.
If you have a more specific question, spend an hour with a local employment law attorney.
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Generally, it is not legal for a restaurant to make you pay for a walkout.
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