Ohio's servers & bartenders SAY: don't mess with our tips

The current tipping system provides substantial earning opportunities well beyond the current minimum wage and the proposed $15 minimum wage.


Currently, the median income for tipped servers is $27 an hour, far above the proposed changes, so eliminating the tipped wage would negatively impact servers and their earning potential.

hear from FELLOW servers & bartenders

Dusty O.

Plain City

Michael M.

Cincinnati

Onisha B.

Grandview

Charles R.

Cincinnati

Wayne H.

Bellefontaine

Danny G.

Easton

Danny L.

Columbus

Brittnee V.

Bellefontaine

Michael G.

Cincinnati

Sign Up & Join the Growing Movement to Protect Ohio Tips

In 2024, outside special interest groups are attempting to eliminate the tipped wage that is so important to servers. Similar measures have passed in seven states and the negative impacts are already being felt by both employees & restaurant operators. Make your voice heard to protect tips.

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HOW COULD THIS IMPACT YOUR JOB & YOUR RESTAURANT?

If passed, this measure will nearly triple the amount employers pay tipped employees. 


Operators would be forced to evaluate the number of benefits offers, invest in pricey technology solutions, possibly eliminate positions or consider closing the business altogether.

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