Pfhorrest wrote:Though I've heard that in practice, that is not well-enforced.
And spelling it out that way now, it makes me realize that until a certain threshold is met, tips to workers are actually just tips to the business, and make no difference in the workers' take-home. E.g. in the above scenario, if people are tipping at about $4/hr/worker, the workers still take home exactly what they would have taken home if there had been no tips at all, but the business gets to save $4/hr/worker on wages. That's pretty fucked up and makes me feel like I shouldn't tip at all anymore.
I never heard all that stuffs? Wow. Anyways, if you feel like tipping is a burden on you then, go you yet. I'm... not sure bosses Ever enforce those rules? Like, any time I ever asked a boss for my actual wages when they felt like denying me, they just said 'no' and again 'no.' And no promotions for higher salaries either. And if I make too much in tips they just take it all. And... it is abuse but. It isn't police abuse so why we howling a/the moon about it?