Hotel and Restaurants

The restaurant and hotel industries consist of establishments that are open to the public or are operated by membership organizations that furnish meals or lodging. The restaurant industry is composed of establishments that prepare and serve meals and beverages and includes, but is not limited to, restaurants, cafeterias, caterers, cocktail lounges, diners, fast food places, and takeout or delivery businesses Establishments in the hotel industry provide lodging to their customers or members and include, but are not limited to, hotels, motels, hostels, inns, rooming and boarding houses, fraternity or sorority residential houses, and residential clubs.

Wages are payments made to an employee for services performed during employment. The payment may be made in cash or some medium other than cash. Types of payments typically considered to be wages are:
• Cash
• Lodging
• Meals and Beverages
• Tips
If more than half of the employees receive meals that are for the convenience of the employer, then all meals furnished by the employer are considered furnished for the employer’s convenience and are therefore not subject to PIT withholding or reportable as PIT wages.

We work with Kwality Restaurent, MORAL GROUP.