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Isn't that still tipping lol
What makes it different you giving them money lol
Tipping is a custom where you pay a servers wages for the basic service their job requires. What I’m doing is giving them money for going above and beyond their actual job, and not including it in the tips. It goes directly to them, not their boss or shared amongst their coworkers.
Well what just explain what you do is what a tip is lol. Like when you tip your pizza man he keeping that money.
Except it isn’t. Fine difference, but still a difference. Not always hon. Some places allow managers to take a cut before employees get it, some make workers pool the tips and distribute it and so on.
@blkgold33 as someone who has personally worked as a waitress, if you add in tips onto the receipt, the tip is highly taxed and split amongst the rest of the waitresses. The waitress you tipped does not get to keep the entire tip. If you give them cash, they get to pocket the entire amount you gave them without it being taxed or split between other waitresses. Always give cash.
I don't know why I'm getting a tip lesson lol.
I dont think anyone's trying to give you a lesson here. I'm just explaining where Agape is coming from because I 100% agree with her. That's all.
I'm not disagreeing with her reasons why she doesn't like to tip. I'm disagreeing with her saying that she doesn't tip even tho she says she does (but only when they go above and beyond) then she gives them money on the down low
You mean you dont have normal system. It ain't just Japan... Tipping is just American thing, unless its about Michelin star restaurants... We unlike you, pay our workers normal base amount...
Wow $20 I need be your waiter lol