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He’s sad because he gets no salary and relies on tips like every other waiter, but people undertip him because at this restaurant they get their own food so they think he’s not a real waiter even though he has to bring them all their drinks and side dishes and give them a full tour of the restaurant and how it works like a clown and then bus the table because they have no busboys at the restaurant and just when the last thing he needs is for the managers to be mean and powerful middle aged women who are mean to him, that’s what also happens.
Bad life experiences aside, the larger point here is that I came out of my time as a waiter as a really good tipper, like all people who have ever worked in a job that involves tipping.
Most customers have their standard tip amount in mind and don’t really think about it much beyond that.
These vary both in the frequency of times they go to a restaurant or bar or hotel, etc., One thing my interviews made clear is that there’s this whole group of situation-related factors that service industry workers think are super relevant to the amount you should tip—it’s just that customers never got the memo.
The easiest one for people to focus on was foreigners being bad tippers, because A) it’s not really a demographic so it’s less awkward, and B) people could blame it on them “not knowing,” if they didn’t want to be mean.
Others, though, scoffed at that, saying, “Oh they know…” As far as foreigners go, the French have the worst reputation.
It’s nice to give a coffee barista a tip, but you’re not a horrible person if you don’t because at least they’re getting paid without you.
Waiters and bartenders, on the other hand, receive somewhere between and /hour (usually closer to ), and this part of their check usually goes entirely to taxes. They also have to “tip out” the other staff, so when you tip a waiter you’re also tipping the busboy, bartender, and others.