In walks a man with a tattered jacket, faded jeans, a hat on his head. How long would you wait as his waiter to tell him about the policy vs another customer you were just assigned: a well groomed man in a Gucci suit with crocodile boots, a white gold rolex, hot shades, toothpick in mouth and fine fedora on head.
Basically would you feel more at ease telling an average Joe this vs some a richer Guy?
Would you personally?
I don't have a job so this isn't from experience :) Thanks for feed back on how the rich are treated vs the middle class or poor.
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Chances are, I would do what every waiter on the planet does - wait until another customer complains before doing anything. Unless of course it was a job requirement resulting in redundancy if not met, in which case I'd tell them both equally as fast.
Although, just because I would do it to the both of them doesn't mean I would feel the same way about it. In all honesty, I would be much more intimidated by the apparently wealthy customer due to the simple fact that with money, comes power.