Starbucks baristas sue over tip-sharing practice

05/29/2013 | CNNMoney

The New York State Court of Appeals heard arguments this week from lawyers representing Starbucks baristas who argued that tips collected during a shift shouldn't be shared with shift supervisors, who are part-time hourly workers who earn a higher wage and have some managerial responsibilities. Starbucks' attorneys argued that the supervisors are entitled to tips because they spend most of their time serving. "Our tipping policy ensures the Starbucks employees who directly serve customers -- both baristas and shift managers -- share equally in the tips they receive," said spokesman Zack Huston.

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