Additionally, Doubletree Employer LLC allegedly failed to provide gratuities in violation of California Labor Code Section 351. Specifically, gratuities are the sole property of the employees. Doubletree Employer LLC allegedly forced employees to forfeit portions of their gratuities to those were were not in the chain of service from which the gratuity resulted. California Labor Code Section 351 establishes the requirements for an employer regarding the [ttps://payment of gratuities. The aforementioned labor code expressly prohibits employers and their agents from collecting, taking, or receiving any portion of a gratuity.
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