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If a manager is taking little bits of money from employee tip outs, who would you call?

It's a dollar or two each time, but they are still reporting the higher amount to the state and feds.

 
Anonymous

Asked by Anonymous at 12:40 AM on Aug. 1, 2010 in Money & Work

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  • I would call corporate, or the state. An employer can NOT retaliate against you after making a claim against them for unfair practices.

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    I too, would contact the state wage and labor board, and request that you remain anonymous. And while it's true that an employer cannot retaliate against you for your reporting of unfair employment practices, IF they find out it was you (and you would have to have told another employee who squealed on you, or act guilty), they CAN make your life difficult in other ways, or make you WANT to quit!!

    You need to decide if this is something you can deal with or not, and be prepared to handle any "fallout" should that happen. :o)
    LoriKeet

    Answer by LoriKeet at 10:14 AM on Aug. 1, 2010

  • you should be able to call the corporate office & report anonymously.
    Ashlynnsmommy07

    Answer by Ashlynnsmommy07 at 12:54 AM on Aug. 1, 2010

  • isn't there a district manager or somebody who is above him?
    newmomma14

    Answer by newmomma14 at 12:50 AM on Aug. 1, 2010

  • Wage & Hour board
    admckenzie

    Answer by admckenzie at 1:08 AM on Aug. 1, 2010

  • I would call corporate, or the state. An employer can NOT retaliate against you after making a claim against them for unfair practices.
    xxlilmomma09

    Answer by xxlilmomma09 at 2:10 AM on Aug. 1, 2010

  • contact the labor board
    DarkFaery131

    Answer by DarkFaery131 at 12:41 AM on Aug. 1, 2010

  • You can cal either the labor board or his superiors and do it anonomously. Been there (something similar) and was able to leave my name out. Good luck!
    Kiwismommy19

    Answer by Kiwismommy19 at 12:58 AM on Aug. 1, 2010

  • Contact the Department of Labor for your state
    rkoloms

    Answer by rkoloms at 12:42 PM on Aug. 1, 2010

  • sure, if you don't mind getting fired the next time you make a mistake.
    Anonymous

    Comment by Anonymous (original poster) at 12:53 AM on Aug. 1, 2010

  • I think these other ladies haave given good advice- I just want to add that I am so sorry. I hope things get sorted out soon!
    Erica_Smerica

    Answer by Erica_Smerica at 5:45 PM on Aug. 1, 2010

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