My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: Georgia.
Can a restaurant manager go back and forth between managing and bartending? For example, a manager is working in a supervisory role 4 days a week, but then one night a week decides they want to work behind the bar to recieve tips. Are there any labor code sections or case law that allows or prohibits this?
Furthermore, can a individual in a working in a management/supervisory role perform work in a tipped position and receive tips, in this case, behind the bar, WHILE being the manager on duty? I have read the Labor Code Section 351 and believe that it prohibits this action, but want to make sure that I am interpreting it correctly.