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"Should we eliminate tipping and pay wait staff a living wage?"

    72 voters  
Score   Percent
No, tipping is a way of recognizing good service.  39
56%
Yes, I never know what to tip and percentages are confusing.  31
44%

Comments

No, tipping is a way of recognizing good service.:
No, tipping is a way of recognizing good service.: I don't think we should eliminate tipping however I do believe that servers should get the same minimum wage as everyone else. Why should servers that serve alchol only get 9 something an hour while fast food workers are getting the regular minimum wage.
No, tipping is a way of recognizing good service.:
No, tipping is a way of recognizing good service.:
Yes, I never know what to tip and percentages are confusing.: Wait staff do not always receive the total tip, and with receiving a living wage, they will at least know what they will be bringing home each week
No, tipping is a way of recognizing good service.:
No, tipping is a way of recognizing good service.:
Yes, I never know what to tip and percentages are confusing.: Yes. Simplify anything you can!
Yes, I never know what to tip and percentages are confusing.:
No, tipping is a way of recognizing good service.:
No, tipping is a way of recognizing good service.:
No, tipping is a way of recognizing good service.:
No, tipping is a way of recognizing good service.: Tipping encourages good service. What is a " living wage " ? It's what some social engineer decides it is. It's far wiser to let the market determine the wage. Lastly, artificially inflated wages discourage workers from pursuing additional education & tr
No, tipping is a way of recognizing good service.: When I get a good waiter or good waitress I give the best tip I can usually more than10%
No, tipping is a way of recognizing good service.: With all the rules etc that a business person has to pay, paying that type of wage would put most of them out of business. People would stop going. No incentive for good service. I know several people who make a darn good living off of there tips.
No, tipping is a way of recognizing good service.: Absolutely not! Tipping encourages wait staff to excel in order to get better tips. I can't see a reason why less efficient or pleasant staff should be paid the same as high achievers. This system works. Also do not forget the staff at Tim Horton's. Hard
No, tipping is a way of recognizing good service.: Tipping is still the way to go makes servers do there job properly
No, tipping is a way of recognizing good service.:
No, tipping is a way of recognizing good service.:
Yes, I never know what to tip and percentages are confusing.: I agree with the above 'yes' comment


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