Can I legally charge tip to anyone in my restaurant?
No, you can't do that.
by eric - 3 hours ago
No, sadly you cannot. There is such thing as auto gratuity but that is for large parties and most servers take that off. If you would like, next time they come in mention to them how your last customer stiffed you on the tip, and act a little upset. They may catch on that they are supposed to tip, or they are just cheap and theres nothing you can do about it. Good luck
by Monica Permenter - 3 hours ago
you can't do anything. leaving or not leaving a tip is the customers choice.
by Uncle Duke - 3 hours ago
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by Elona - 3 hours ago
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