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By  epoh_fml  |  0

Your reasoning behind doing it is pretty sad. But putting a dollar or two in before you start your shift usually helps people tip a little bit more on a slow night (which is why I did it when working at certain establishments).

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  RyanKaufman  |  7

No kidding. I mean what do you expect people to tip you on? If you're a waiter, you gotta run around and carry my food and places back and forth and get me drinks and all the shit I want. Along with every other table you have. At a Subway? I just tell you what I want and you give it to me unless you're the "cook" too.

By  epoh_fml  |  0

Your reasoning behind doing it is pretty sad. But putting a dollar or two in before you start your shift usually helps people tip a little bit more on a slow night (which is why I did it when working at certain establishments).

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  aj1218  |  0

That is true. I sometimes freelance as a bartender and by doing this you can usually get a great deal more tips...Also when the jar gets full take the overflowing bills and place them under the counter so that the jar is 1/4 to 1/2 full. People are more inclined to make the Jar full.

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  CYNNER  |  0

agreed. maybe you should also improve the quality of service that you put out and maybe people would want to tip you. for instance: be polite and follow good hygene.

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