Unpaid Wage Lawsuits for Hospitality Service Workers

September 4, 2015

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At A Glance

This Alert Affects:
Food service employees in the hospitality industry.
What's Going On?
We have reason to believe some hotels, banquet halls and resorts may be ripping off their food services workers by pocketing the service/gratuity charge tacked onto customers' bills.
What You Can Do:
If you're a server, bartender or other food service employee working in the hospitality industry, fill out the form on this page. One of the attorneys we work with may then call or e-mail you directly to learn more about your job and how you're being paid. If you're not getting your fair share of the tips, you may be able to start a lawsuit on behalf of yourself and other food service workers at your job.
What's the Catch?
There is no catch – and this doesn't cost anything. We've received inside information that the law in several states requires that service fees go directly to the employees performing the work. We're trying to connect these people with attorneys who may be able to help them get their money back.
Can I Get Fired?
Employers are prohibited by federal law from retaliating against employees who report potential labor law violations.