Although later calculations showed reduced tip
losses, senior officials were still uncomfortable with including the numbers in the public proposal, the article added.
-sharing seemed to be a bigger issue, as tipped employees were sharing their tips
with non-tipped employees and those tipped employees didn't always feel that the sharing was voluntary.
Ninety-three percent say the quality of service affects the amount they tip
, while 57 percent say they tip
depending on how much cash they have in their wallet.
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.
are welcome and there's a tip
jar at the till which is split equally between the staff.
While you can sign-up for an IRS tip
reporting agreement, that still doesn't relieve your establishment of the daily challenge associated with managing all tips
Department of Labor does allow employers who must pay a percentage of each credit card sale as a service charge to pay the employee the amount of the tip
less the same percentage.
issue may be addressed in the employment contract, oral or written.
All in all, the average recommendation for a restaurant tip
The hotline was suggested by City Councilman Steve Knight, a Los Angeles police officer, who said many communities use tip
lines to get more information about suspicious activity to law enforcement officials.
This allows users to use lower temperatures, and the new tip
alloy can handle a wider range of applications.
For both feats, the IBM researchers first wired an AFM tip
to accept up to 10 volts.
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Dip the tip
of the brush into a pot of gel eyeliner.
There was a time when a tip
was simply an offering of small change in appreciation of exemplary service.