Do you work for a bar or restaurant? If so, you may not be receiving proper wages. In New York, tipped employees such as waiters, bussers and bartenders must be paid $4.60 per hour plus $8.18 per hour for all hours over 40 per week. This is in addition to receiving tips, which management and back of the house employees are not allowed to share with you. In addition, your employer cannot deduct from your wages for breakages, customer walkouts or credit card fees. Please contact the New York City Law Firm of Fitapelli & Schaffer, LLP in order to fight for your rights.