Red tape fears over tipping proposals

Parliament

A proposed new law to stop an alleged “widespread abuse” of voluntary commitments aimed at stopping leisure and hospitality operators exploiting staff by keeping some of their tips would be difficult to implement and add a new red tape burden to the sector

 

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