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TIPS

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8 billion nationally in tips per year they estimate would be shifted from workers to employers, $4.
Servers generally acknowledge the contributions of others and many share tips with hosts, expediters (those who bring the food or drinks to the table), bar backs and bussers.
Our staff is expected to offer good service without waiting for tips in return,' a hotel executive says.
You can tip your doorman anywhere from $25 to $100 depending on how well you know him and how helpful he has been over the past year.
The new system will distribute tips across the company's 430 UK restaurants.
Electronically depositing all employee wages and tips
Tips are not included in the computation of the regular rate of pay and just as with minimum wage, tips cannot be credited against overtime wages due.
These provisions may stipulate that tips are pooled and distributed according to a formula, on the basis that more than one staffer makes the service complete.
A Cafe Rouge worker said: "We're not allowed to tell customers card tips are part taken by the company.
Tippers who are not as generous with their tips are especially likely to leave no tip for poor service.
Nozzles have two to eight gates and tips can be angled at 15[degrees] to 60[degrees].