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Sometimes, employees have contracts that require it, but most do not, Advice Guy says.
The Trump administration has proposed the practice be allowed again as a way of equalizing front- and back-of-house pay, a reversal of the 2011 prohibition.
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Don’t let employees leave without doing these three things.
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