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Why You Should Always Tip Your Server. By: mfarley127. It is an exhausting job. Long hours Constant multitasking E very kind of customer must be served, even the constant complainers. Tip-dependent. Tips are what they’re working for!

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it is an exhausting job
It is an exhausting job
  • Long hours
  • Constant multitasking
  • Every kind of customer must be served, even the constant complainers
tip dependent
Tip-dependent
  • Tips are what they’re working for!
  • More than likely, they are making squat on their hourly wage
  • Bills need to be paid—tips are vital to be able to do that!
it s the decent thing to do
It’s the decent thing to do!
  • If someone has taken the time to serve you and has made sure your needs were met, shouldn’t you appreciate that?
  • …And no, do not justify it by the statement, “It’s their job to serve me.” That may be true, but your server is still a person; he or she is not beneath you (even if that is how you treat them).
so be a considerate customer and
So, be a considerate customer and...
  • APPRECIATE YOUR SERVICE

….via tip!