What makes you tip over 15%?
When you are at a restaurant, what can a waiter or waitress do to really impress you. And, when this happens, do you leave a larger tip?
I do leave a larger tip whenever the service is very impressive.
Can you make that specific? What can a waiter or waitress do to really impress you?
When the server is very attentive and asks if I need anything such as napkins and has a good attitude. I know how hard these positions are and usually they deserve it. Only once have I had such bad service that I didn't tip & I didn't return ther
My daughter and niece both work as servers, the pay is half minimum wage. The going tip rate is 20% and these people work hard for very little pay, most of the time. I usually leave between 20-25%.
I always leave at least a 20% tip, except when the service is either really poor or really great. If the service is poor, I leave 15%. If the service is great I may leave up to 40% or more. Great service to me includes paying attention to me, asking about ny needs, chatting a little and treating me like a person, refilling my drink before I need to ask, anticipating anything I might need before I ask, and being polite.
Can you make that specific. What attitude or actions by a waiter or waitress make for great service?
When I was training for one of my first waiting jobs, the team leader reminded us that when people go out for dinner it is often a special time with emotional connections. If you make the emotional experience a positive one you are doing a good job .
by David Livermore 7 years ago
How much do you tip a bad waiter or waitress?This has been a hot bed of controversy each time someone fails to tip, tips very little, or leaves a rude comment.If I receive bad service, I leave a small tip. If it's so bad that I have to complain, I don't leave a tip at all. One example...
by dishyum 8 years ago
if you do tip, what percentage is it generally?
by Leroyworld 3 years ago
I learned today that according to the National Restaurant Association, the industry norm for tipping waitstaff is 15 to 20 percent of the bill. This is, of course, from a school course. What I would like to know is:1 What are you expecting from the waiter/waitress in return for a...
by JP Carlos 9 years ago
Do you tip your waiters at least 15%?
by Pamela N Red 8 years ago
Do you give a tip if the service is bad?I can't bring myself to not leave a tip even when I've gotten lousy service. I think perhaps they are having a bad day, things are happening in their life they can't control or perhaps if I leave them a tip they will give the next person better service.
by bcook 3 months ago
I have a trial session to be a waitress on Friday. I have never waitressed before. I need all adviceAny information from what to do with tips to offering advice on what the customer should order.. any cheat sheet would be great.
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