Knowing that servers receive tips, their employers underpay them, minimum wage, some shady operators pay even less. IT is a more direct way to provide feedback on the quality of service instead of filling in some survey for for the manager to read.
by Jake - 13 hours ago
In the United States, tipping servers in customary but ofcourse depends on the quality of service you recieve. The actual wages that servers get paid is very little, therefore a large part of their income is in the form of tips. In other parts of the world, Europe for example, it is not customary to tip servers. This is because servers in Europe are paid very generous wages. You can look at the American system as a sort of merit based approach that helps ensure that customers get good service, because the server's tip depends on it.
by Hobble D. Hoy - 13 hours ago
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