How to make GOOD Tips?

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  • How to make GOOD Tips?


Answer #1 | 10/08 2013 18:14
A tip is for service. If the service is OK or normal then `15%. In it is extraordinary, then 20% When I go to a steak house I first tip the cook $5. The water takes notice of this and I get great SERVICE and a GREAT STEAK.
Answer #2 | 10/08 2013 21:57
You work in an unusual McDonalds. The ones I've been in I walk up to the counter, place my order and wait for my number to be called. I go up, get the order, fill drinks and go to a table. I clean up my own table. I've never had anyone come around asking if I need ketchup or offer to fill drinks. That is not what I consider service I should be tipping for. If I tip for that, I should tip the person who scans my groceries, who runs up the bill in the store, essentially anyone. Also, when I worked at McDonalds, the store took any tips, employees would be fired for theft if you pocketed a tip. The places that pay their employees $2.25 an hour do so because they know the employees make much more in tips than the pittance the company pays (if they could, some would charge you to allow you work for in say bars). At McDonalds, you are definitely not making 15% or so every hour in tips based on all the orders you process.
Answer #3 | 12/08 2013 03:33
your math is way, way off..... put it this way, if you work 40 hours a week getting 2.25 an hour, that's $90.00 a week before tax, true but consider this you will also receive tips. for example, if you work 5 days a week, 8 hours a week, you can potentially receive 300-400 dollars a week, like if you get 5-10 tables an hour, and you get at least 3-5 table section + $3+ per table.

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