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See... I hate the tipping culture. It's just an excuse for restaurants to pay their own staff shit money. In England you get minimum wage AT LEAST and the tips are extra. Paying the servers is the business' responsibility NOT the customer
It’s stupid. Like here in California you make at least whatever your city’s min wage is. Somewhere between 12-15/hr in my area. Now in Georgia they only have to pay you 2.37 (it’s 2 something I can’t remember now ) per hour. And for those people I don’t care about tipping them. It’s the pizza boys and waitresses here that are making a normal amount who cry because I don’t want to give them my hard earned money because they did their job they already get paid for.
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And creates this false responsibility on you when they say i survive on tips. Well i survive on a budget and your tip wasn't mentioned anywhere. Worse now they feel entiltled to tips so you will get bad service if you return. And depending where you live, surviving on tips doesn't mean surviving at all. In my country a waiter will tell that to someone making usd800 a month with kids to feed while the waiter is usually young with no kids making usd800 as well but with tips thats easy 3000 a month (with less hours and usually a much better atmosphere). Don't get me wrong i tip a lot i just don't like feeling i'm responsible for your pay. thats between you and your boss.
I feel like tips should me built into the price of an item. For ex an item is $20 make it $21 or $22 for dine in. And the $1-2 is the tip.
funny that you think such a small amount is worth them running back and forth for your extra ranch you didn't ask for, or clean up the mess your child makes with the sugar packets and sweeping the floor behind you when you leave napkins and food on the floor. I will pay you 2 dollars to clean my dining room after I eat...
If you don't think its enough why not talk to your boss? why accept the job? why is it my responsibility? do you think working in a supermarket pays enough or all the work they do? The rich have brainwashed the uneducated telling them to fetch for their own salary while the boss racks in the money off of their hard work....oh and be rude to a customer not only you not getting a tip but you will pay for his meall as well.....smh
Get a real job. People aren’t your employers, they don’t need to pay your wages.
Mm, see, that is what a tip is, but... that's not the way to explain it, because your boss's failure to pay you for your work is between you, the boss, and the state. It's not the customer's problem. Next time, try "A tip is a monetary expression of appreciation for a server who did an exceptional job waiting on you. It can also be a way for guests to apologise to the server for boorish behavior exhibited by either themselves or by their dining companions."
How that reads is you are working for free dependent upon if people feel they want to give you a tip or not? Why would you work in a job which does not pay any basic money at all?
What other job can you get where is seemingly optional to pay the person doing the job? Hi Dave the plumber. I’ll pay you for the parts you used but surely you didn’t want paying to fit them. Sucker!