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#107 - anonymous (09/16/2014) [-]
Has your faggotry gone too far?
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Faggotry can never be to far
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#47 - I'm not saying you shouldn't tip your waiter/usher/pizza man w…  [+] (5 new replies) 09/13/2014 on The horrors of Pizza... 0
#58 - angelusprimus (09/13/2014) [-]
Out of USA tipping is optional. Its polite, but not necessary, because workers get a full salary. In most countries they also get health insurance and retirement.
Then you only tip for a good service.
But in USA they only a PART of minimum wage from the employer. All other income comes from tips.
Without tips most servers only make about $4 an hour. Since savings of the cost of their service is passed on to you, by cheaper meals, its expected to tip.
User avatar #65 - toosexyforyou (09/13/2014) [-]
Quit saying that they only get 2,3, or 4 dollars a fucking hour to work. At the end of the week, if their tips don't add up to at least minimum wage, the employer is REQUIRED to pay his employee the difference. No one gets paid below minimum wage at the end of the week. I seriously doubt any employer has even had to pay their employees to make up the minimum wage difference because people in the service industry get way more tips than they let you know about. The more they complain about tips, the more people tip.
User avatar #74 - schneidend (09/13/2014) [-]
Eh. It's still a good thing to do. Even if the employer pays up the difference, busting your ass for minimum wage in the hopes you might get a tip sucks. Also, I'm sure many companies have a policy where they expect that money back eventually. I know retail stores that work on commission have that sort of policy.
User avatar #77 - toosexyforyou (09/13/2014) [-]
If you're "too good" for minimum wage then quit and go to school.
User avatar #76 - toosexyforyou (09/13/2014) [-]
Everyone who works a minimum wage job is busting their ass for minimum wage.
#44 - Why is tipping in the US almost a ******* necessi…  [+] (22 new replies) 09/13/2014 on The horrors of Pizza... +1
User avatar #69 - diabolicgnome (09/13/2014) [-]
I never tip unless the person deserves it
driving to my home and giving me food
when that is your job
is not you doing somthing deserving of a tip
User avatar #64 - pokemonstheshiz (09/13/2014) [-]
A lot of tipped jobs (especially waiters and the like) get paid almost entirely on tips, since their wage is generally very low, below minimum wage.

The reason tipped jobs like this are a good idea, is because it produces a lot better workers in that field. They can't do mediocre work and make the same money as a harder working counterpart.

Tipping for other jobs is not as common, they just have it more of as an option if you really appreciate their service.
User avatar #66 - pokemonstheshiz (09/13/2014) [-]
Not tipping isn't a huge deal. However, you're being kind of a dick, and taking advantage of the system that is in place. You get better service in general, yet you pay nothing for it. It's like the people who abuse the welfare system.
User avatar #73 - ullapool (09/13/2014) [-]
I would only tip if the person had gone out of his way to make something better for me. If I were in a restaurant and the the waiter would notice my glass being empty, he would come asking if I needed a refill
If it was an average or good service then I wouldn't tip unless I felt like it.
Also, how can companies in america get away with paying their workers less than minimum wage?
User avatar #78 - pokemonstheshiz (09/13/2014) [-]
That type of service is actually pretty standard in a lot of restaurants. No ask refills are pretty common too.
And you'd be leeching off the system if you don't tip for good service.
They get away with it by classifying it as a different type of job. Technically, if you wind up making less than minimum wage on overage (over a two week period. Your reported tips divided by the number of hours you worked) they're supposed to match up to minimum wage. Since these jobs are generally pretty short hours, this doesn't happen a lot.
User avatar #79 - ullapool (09/13/2014) [-]
I find the idea to tip for good service kinda weird.
Do you not expect good service? Is unsatisfactory service so common that good service seems stands out? Or is your definition of a good service the same as mine for a great service?
User avatar #81 - pokemonstheshiz (09/13/2014) [-]
Where I live, good to great service is commonplace . I tip for the continuation of the system, which is what lets that be.
User avatar #82 - ullapool (09/13/2014) [-]
Final question *boss music starts to play*
How do you judge how much to tip?
User avatar #84 - pokemonstheshiz (09/13/2014) [-]
Generally 15-20% of what your meal cost. 10% is "that was good, but I'm cheap" or the service wasn't that great but they don't think it was your fault (if their food got overcooked or something. Which the waiter can't really help but it still makes the whole ordeal seem slightly worse.)
#85 - ullapool (09/13/2014) [-]
Thanks for answering
User avatar #86 - pokemonstheshiz (09/13/2014) [-]
no problemo
#59 - angelusprimus (09/13/2014) [-]
Don't thumb him down, outside of USA this is a legit question.
User avatar #50 - gildemoono (09/13/2014) [-]
it started as a nice thing to do for those that worked hard in a service industry, but since this is america, most businesses quickly made it legal to charge their employees less than minimum wage since their earning extra income, this prompted a culture where employees expected more and larger tips to even this out. As it goes on we come to today where some people literally get paid $3/hour and rely on tips almost entirely for income.
#48 - imtryingmybest (09/13/2014) [-]
I dont know how it started, but today the law is the minimum wage for jobs that gets tips is 60% of what regular minimum wage is and if the tips don't add up to regular minimum wage than the employer makes up the difference. so i guess companies wanted to promote tipping to save 40%
User avatar #46 - gibroner (09/13/2014) [-]
because most people in jobs where tipping is common get paid shit and rely on the tips to make ends meat
User avatar #45 - LtMcG (09/13/2014) [-]
Service workers gain most of their income from tips than the hourly wage. This drives down the prices of services that are provided and allows those to excel at their job in hopes of receiving a 20% gratuity.
#47 - markonj (09/13/2014) [-]
I'm not saying you shouldn't tip your waiter/usher/pizza man whatever, but I think they shouldn't make a big deal if they're refused a tip.
#58 - angelusprimus (09/13/2014) [-]
Out of USA tipping is optional. Its polite, but not necessary, because workers get a full salary. In most countries they also get health insurance and retirement.
Then you only tip for a good service.
But in USA they only a PART of minimum wage from the employer. All other income comes from tips.
Without tips most servers only make about $4 an hour. Since savings of the cost of their service is passed on to you, by cheaper meals, its expected to tip.
User avatar #65 - toosexyforyou (09/13/2014) [-]
Quit saying that they only get 2,3, or 4 dollars a fucking hour to work. At the end of the week, if their tips don't add up to at least minimum wage, the employer is REQUIRED to pay his employee the difference. No one gets paid below minimum wage at the end of the week. I seriously doubt any employer has even had to pay their employees to make up the minimum wage difference because people in the service industry get way more tips than they let you know about. The more they complain about tips, the more people tip.
User avatar #74 - schneidend (09/13/2014) [-]
Eh. It's still a good thing to do. Even if the employer pays up the difference, busting your ass for minimum wage in the hopes you might get a tip sucks. Also, I'm sure many companies have a policy where they expect that money back eventually. I know retail stores that work on commission have that sort of policy.
User avatar #77 - toosexyforyou (09/13/2014) [-]
If you're "too good" for minimum wage then quit and go to school.
User avatar #76 - toosexyforyou (09/13/2014) [-]
Everyone who works a minimum wage job is busting their ass for minimum wage.
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