Percentages, Fractions, and Decimal Values
What is a fair percentage to tip waiters?
Tipping is usually based on service. The standard is 20% for good service. If the service is excellent, one could tip 25%. But, if the service was poor, one may choose to tip less or even not leave a tip at all.
If a tip is left for a waiter does it have to go to him?
* Every restaurant is different. Sometimes when you leave a tip the money from all waitress' or waiters are pooled and divided (bus boys may get some of the tip money as well.) With other waitress' and waiters they may be able to keep the tip for themselves. Generally you tip a waiter 15 percent if the service is good. If you don't feel within reason you have had good service you do not have to leave a tip. ...
Asked in South Africa, Johannesburg
What is the law in south Africa for waiters commission?
Giving commission to waiters in SA is not compulsory, but it is considered good manners to tip 10% of your food bill, if the service you received was satisfactory. If not, you do not have to give a tip. Some restaurant do include a 10% commission in the bill and then you do not have to pay anything extra. ...
Asked in Salary and Pay Rates
How much should waiters tip out other tipped employees?
Waiters should not have to tip other tipped employees. Those employees have to work together. Usually they will split things up, they should work as a team. Waiters should tip out busboys 10% of the tips made that shift. Waiters should tip out the bartender less because a bartender usually makes as much, or more than the waiter does. It is common to tip a bartender according to the amount of mixed drinks they have to make. If you had a busy...
Asked in France
In France are you expected to tip?
In restaurants and bars you are not expected to tip the waiters, except if you insist that you are particularly satisfied with the service. There is nothing wrong in not tipping the waiter or waitress and it is becoming increasingly rare, since a sum of 15-20% of your bill is already charged for the waiters. It sometimes appears as "service", but not all bills are detailed. ...
Why can't you tip a waiter in Germany?
You can tip a waiter in Germany. As a matter of fact, they really appreciate it. It is however not customary, because they earn at least minimum wage, as opposed to the U.S. where waiters earn close to nothing. ...
Who is better restaurant waiters or banquet waiters?
Banquet waiters are better because they are working for a private company. They generally have more training than regular waiters. ...
Asked in Salary and Pay Rates
How much is fair to tip a hair stylist?
As a professional hair stylist, I feel it is fair to tip a minimum of 20% of the service. We work very hard at pleasing our clients and when I receive a tip below that of 20%, it makes me feel as if the client was not appreciative of my work. ...
Asked in Manners and Etiquette
Do people still tip?
Yes, most people still tip (called: gratuities) as waiters; waitress', etc., count on the tips in many restaurants or service orientated places such as hotels and resorts. A good rule of thumb: if you can't afford to tip 20%, you can't afford to eat out. ...
Asked in Salary and Pay Rates, Casinos, Blackjack
What is the average salary of a casino card dealer?
It's not much - around $15,000. Dealers, like waiters and bartenders, make their money from tips. Don't forget to tip the dealers! ...
Asked in English to French
French word for tip to order a drink?
"un pourboire" You don't give the tip when ordering, you leave it on the table with the bill when you are departing - assuming you are pleased with the waiter. Tips are less and less in fashion as the waiters' salaries are already included in the bill (line "service") ...
Asked in Compensation and Benefits, AutoZone
Do you tip autozone employees?
No. In the United States, the only workers who are tipped are waiters, bartenders, and baristas, generally. If you see a tip jar at another kind of establishment, you could drop some money in it if you wanted to, but it is not required. Generally retail workers (which is what Autozone is, a retailer) are not tipped and, in fact, the workers might get in trouble if they accepted a tip from you. ...