§ 231.113. Credit card and other processing fees.
(a) An employer that permits patrons to pay tips by credit card or other non-cash forms of payment shall pay the tipped employee the full amount of the tip authorized by the patron and may not deduct credit card payment or other processing fees or costs that the credit card or other company may charge to the employer.
(b) An employer that permits patrons to pay tips by credit card or other non-cash forms of payment may not deduct credit card payment or other processing fees or costs before distributing tips under a tip pooling arrangement allowed under § 231.112 (relating to tip pooling).
The provisions of this § 231.113 added under sections 4(c) and 9 of The Minimum Wage Act of 1968 (62 P.S. § § 333.104(c) and 333.109).
The provisions of this § 231.113 added May 6, 2022, effective in 90 days, 52 Pa.B. 2701.
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