Re: We haven't had a conversation about tipping in awhile
Well of course one way to remove the abiguity is to simple increase servers wages to the minimum wage, True this would add cost to the food.
As for tips then it would be the patrons decision as to whether or not to leave a tip instead of feeling under preasure to leave one.
But if servers do better out of the tipping system they wouldn't in general want to change it.
But who would benefit more from the change the consumer or the server/waiter?
That is a good question. I've heard arguments from both sides, and the biggest argument I've heard from servers is that creating standard wages and taking away the tipping system would hurt both the restaurants and the servers in the end (and the customers who have to eat the higher costs), so...
It's not that I'm not sympathetic to these issues or think there's an easy solution. But everyone
has a different idea of what is expected of them! And that expectation is changing all the time.
Yes but in countries were tipping is not so culturally ingrained , restaurants seem to do ok.
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