Definitions

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  • adj. Not receiving tips in the normal course of work

Etymologies

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non- + tip + -ed

Examples

  • Relative to other casual-dining chains, the company's geographic strength, in California, means higher labor costs, because California state law requires both tipped and nontipped employees to be paid a minimum wage of $8 an hour.

    MSN Money Finance Tips

  • The minimum wage will rise to $7.28 per hour for nontipped workers and to $4.26 per hour for tipped workers such as restaurant servers and hotel doormen.

    The Vail Trail - All Sections

  • If tips are shared with bartenders and hosts and those who bus tables, the restaurants can pay those employees less than the nontipped minimum wage.

    Omaha World-Herald > Frontpage

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