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#509 - guidedhand
Reply -5
(11/27/2012) [-]
we dont tip in Australia because we work for our money...
#544 to #509 - tornwingsofangels
Reply +4
(11/27/2012) [-]
In fact most waitresses in the US make half than or less than minimum wage and I guarantee they work for it. Which is why if youre a good waitor/waitress I give more then the regular 15%.
In fact most waitresses in the US make half than or less than minimum wage and I guarantee they work for it. Which is why if youre a good waitor/waitress I give more then the regular 15%.
#516 to #509 - CTscan
Reply +7
(11/27/2012) [-]
in US most waitresses dont make minimum wage, tips make up for it, if they're short they get paid the rest
#583 to #516 - FUUUU [OP]
Reply +1
(11/27/2012) [-]
Actually, owners/managers where I live don't have to make up the difference. If I make 5 dollars in tips for a 12-hour shift, too bad, so sad. My boss does choose to make up the difference whenever he can, but seeing as how my town is a tourist town and only has a lot of business during the summer/holidays, he can't make up the difference because his business is surviving off the money we made in the summer.
#533 to #516 - heldiggrisen
Reply +1
(11/27/2012) [-]
Economy works this way. Nobody tips, waitresses quit their jobs. Lack of waitresses, increase in salary. Service is **** anyway, because the waitress expect to be tipsed either way. I never tip, if the service is crap.