2. Old people
4. Foreigners - Germans and French are the worst. In europe many times the gratuity is included.
6. People that can't stop telling you they'll tip you when they win.
7. Women that tell you they're purse is outside.
Actually most of the Asians I dealt with did tip.
If there's anything I've learned about cheap asses, especially at casinos, if you keep at them, they will eventually crack and tip. I worked in a tipped position for two years and there wasn't a "cheap" regular customer that I didn't make jingle my till more than once.
In general, though, I loved waiting on large after church groups. They usually tipped out well.
Why do we get upset with people working on Sundays if we're eating out on Sundays? What do they expect?
We had just hired a couple of new people into his group, so he came over to meet with us all in Plano. Four of us went out for dinner at Love & War and ran up a tab around $75 per person. My boss paid the bill. The next day he showed me the receipt and asked me if he had paid it correctly. He didn't leave a tip out of habit, so I made him go back that afternoon and take care of it.
The fact of the matter is, if you let one stiff on $35 in sales bother you that much (regardless of context) you're in the wrong industry. Few things are as annoying as listening to18 year old's **** about one bad tip when they're making 20 bucks an hour.
Write a note that say's, "Thank you for the 10 bucks to cover my 18 and damages. God Bless."
Go to his church and when the collection plate comes to you, nab a $10, and drop in the note.
I never understood how restaurants can get away with paying 'their' employees 2-3 bucks an hour, while the customer is supposed to pay them the rest of their pay for simply doing the job they signed up for.
Just the tip is my favorite game.
No has seemed to notice the total on the bill is $34.93. For a party of 20? With the tip charged in? I can't even get out of a restaurant for 35 bills for a party of 2! What the hell did they order? 3 appetizer samplers for the table and 20 waters with lemon?
The Reddit user who submitted the image explained in the comments section that the receipt was part of a total bill for a party of 20, which is why the gratuity was automatically added.
Well then is that even a party of 20? Sounds like ten parties of 2 to me
When I got to Vegas I noticed that everyone made minimum wage. I'm sure that was because of the unions in the hotels. There's a chance that server at a restaurant in the Mirage is making 15$/hr with full benefits. Even place outside the hotels were paying better mwages - Dennys, etc. When I got back here and was checking out some bartending jobs I found many paid less than minimum.
I'm just reading this as a bunch of people who have evaded taxes.
If all the waiters would claim their tips and pay taxes there would be no deficit. Thanks for ruining America.
I love working Sunday mornings at work with the church crowd. I always walk out with triple digits and barley do anything.
If this happened to me, I'd be a little upset, but the tab was 34 bucks...oh well
About 18 years ago, when we were still in high school, an ex of mine and I had a part time jobs at an IHOP in San Antonio, she was a hostess. Pastor John Hagee came in one Sunday and expected his two table party to be sat in front of about 20-30 other customers who had been waiting patiently, some for as long as 20+ minutes. When my ex told him he would have to wait to be seated like the other customers he proceeded to berate her on how he should be treated differently because he was "doing God's work" and had no time to wait on lesser people and "heathens". The manager agreed that he would have to wait and he stormed out berating other employees and customers. The following Sunday on his nationally syndicated sermon show he had an entire segment of his sermon directed at "The Godless hostess" he had encountered at his neighborhood IHOP.
Turns out being a **** is not limited to pastors.*
*to my knowledge neither of them said anything about me
So nobody actually sees a problem with Christians tithing at 10% and then society deeming waitstaff deserve more?
Tithing is supposed to be your first and best - see Leviticus. 10% of the whole, seed, oxen, etc. And you should give the best of your lot. The first and the best.
18% is based on an expenditure, not an income.
THe fact that anyone is trying to correlate these two is laughable.
To Insure Prompt Service= tips
so should they be given at the beginning or the end of service as a thank you? this question was brought to my attention by an authentic southern bell who recently relocated to OK.