|Do you think tipping is a good custom?
Sure (this is a GREAT time to buy stock in General Motors).
In a restaurant, yes. In a canoe, no.
Yes, I do.
Many jobs don't pay what they should, hence if you've had good service it's a way of showing appreciation.
'Custom'? Millions of workers rely on tips to get by. It should be an obligation to those workers.
Tipping should be a reward for great service - not a 15% server tax!
have you have ever worked in a restaurant?
Good service earns good tips. And vice versa. Good? Hard to say. But entrenched, yes.
Yes, but I'd like to see more people tip at a minimum standard. The people who rely on tips earn less per hour in expectation that they will earn a certain percentage in tips. If the service was good, I consider tipping very well, but I still have a minimum I tip...unless the server was grossly negligent or abusive.
I think employers should pay their employees enough for tipping to be unnecessary. I lived for a decade in Japan, where tipping is not customary, but I did once tip a cabbie, who would not have allowed me to give him a monetary gratuity but happily accepted a baseball bat for his child.
Considering some people make their living by it? Yes.
Yes, it lets people know you appreciate their effort on your behalf.
If you can afford it and have had a jolly person working for you go for it!
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