question about serving at outback steakhouse?????

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  • question about serving at outback steakhouse?????


Answer #1 | 07/12 2013 19:57
I worked at a tipping job all my life and your tips are at the whim of the customer. It's not like in Europe where a percentage is automatically added to the bill. You might have a great personality with nice people but how is it after two bad tables of demanding or drunk customers? Can you keep your cool with other customers? Every once in a while some weirdo will report you and try to get you fired just because. There are slow days and months and seasons in every business so you can't count on a certain amount of money every day. My granddaughter works in Southern Calif where the bartender keeps the waitresses tips and the girls are afraid to report that person. Also dining out is a luxury and the state of the economy affects the food business and your tips.
Answer #2 | 07/12 2013 20:33
Answer #3 | 07/12 2013 21:44
Say you want to make 150 in a week. And you wouldn't make that until you have been serving long enough to get decent shifts and good sections. If you say you want to make 150 a night they wouldn't even hire you.
Answer #4 | 07/12 2013 23:09
Go for it - best one!
Answer #5 | 09/12 2013 15:07
You should make that easily if you are any good.

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