Case Against Tipping

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The Case against Tipping
Pro| con|
It’s an incentive for the person to give good service| Most places base you wages on your tips and don’t have to even pay you minimum wage.| You may feel better knowing that you have helped someone make their wages.| The tip may cost as much as what you purchase| If you’re a regular you get faster service if you tip| The places my have a cup set out to make the customer feel like they should have to tip.| It helps under waged people make their wages| It may feel unpleasant for a customer to tip a person especially if they get bad service.| We make people feel good about their jobs.| |

The Case against Tipping
There are many good reasons on why you should tip a waiter. Anyone who has had much experience in a restaurant franchise would know that most of your wages are tips. The places do this in order to promote better service and to save money by not having to pay the employee minimum wages. This can be beneficial to the customer leaving a good tip can give a customer better results with the service. They may get a kinder person, faster service, and hotter and fresher food or drinks. They also can leave with the knowledge that they made the person feel better about their job, and the fact that they may make their days wages. On the bad side of tipping The people usually don’t even make minimum wage. They have to rely on the customer in order to make a pay check. This may make the customer fell like their being scammed out of their money, because the person serving them isn’t working for them so why should they have to pay the persons wages. Another con is the tip your giving may be as much as the stuff you bought or possibly even more. Some places coffee is just a dollar and with a dollar tip that would set the price as the same as what the person bought. Another problem is that they may have a cup set out in order to make the customer feel bad about not tipping. What if you don’t have enough for a tip at...
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