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New Free Tips Training Manual for the restaurant waiter/waitress

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James Marshall

Redmond, WA

#1 Jul 3, 2006
We have just completed a new free tips training manual for the restaurant waiter/waitress/server. This manual will help increase their tips/gratuities.
Every restaurant owner/manager should teach these tips to their employees. Improve the check average, increasing the amount of tips your servers recieve and adding to the bottom line of your profits.
Your free tips training manual can be found at:
http://www.tiptopserver.com
Thank you and great tips!
J.D. Marshall
Amrit shrestha

Zaragoza, Spain

#3 Jun 4, 2007
dear sir o madam
i would like to request you that kindly send me more information.
thatk you

faithfully
amrit shrestha
c/san vicent 09 - 3 - 1ª
08001 barcelona
spain
email address
heart77a@yahoo.com
yawar hassan

Karachi, Pakistan

#4 Jun 17, 2007
dear sir please send me some information about waiter services.my restaurent manager said me 4 big kind of waiter services.please send me how much kind of waiters services? thank you.
mansour

Jordan

#5 Jun 20, 2007
thanks
Dani

Hollywood, FL

#6 Aug 15, 2007
I'm interested in seeing what's on the site, but it doesn't appear to be active anymore...can you help with this, thanks?
Michael

Quezon City, Philippines

#7 Sep 9, 2007
Dear Sir/Madam,
I would like to ask for some information about waitering services.I'm currently working in a of the top restaurant here in the philippines and i would like to enchance my knowledge in food services.I checked in the link than was posted in this forum, but it seems like the site is no longer active. Thank you very much and hope to hear from you soon.
Michael Blanco
coolmhike@gmail.com
jay santos

Mexico, Philippines

#8 Sep 20, 2007
very imformative
Waitstaff training

New Baltimore, MI

#9 Sep 27, 2007
If you are interested in training for waitstaff and other restaurant positions, these 2 websites may be of interest...
http://www.restaurant-training-manuals.com
http://www.a-role-in-the-show.com
Dandy T

Vancouver, WA

#10 Dec 12, 2007
A good site for waiters, waitress and bartender information is http://Tip20.com

They have lots of free material to help also some great resources for sale too.
Kammy Popov

Faridabad, India

#11 Dec 26, 2007
its nice to have such forum,
i always wanted to learn basci Table setting,
which i never got chance to learn.
if anyone can help me to explain how to set proper table, mean exact setting as where to put plate , falteware, glassware, distance between knife fork spoon etc. same for glass setting where to put angles and distance, proper linen removing,
hope people with knowledge will help me to learn, as i dont have any option to learn all this back at home as there is no school for Hospitality Industry.
Mr Kim

Satellite Provider

#12 Dec 28, 2007
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The apartment is fully furnished, that has a kitchen including an Refrigerator, microwave, oven, dishwasher. Also including access to Internet, TV, Land phone. and washer & dryer, toilet, main living room including kitchen, bedroom that has private toilet and bathroom.
A room cost 300euro and it's available for long terms periods of a years for affordable price... so if you are interested in renting the apartment please let me read from you soon.....

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jacques

South Africa

#13 Jun 4, 2008
please help me to be a better restaurant manager!!!!
jacques

South Africa

#14 Jun 4, 2008
please help me to be a better restaurant manager im in a situation where i dont know how to cope with the job and all the atachments!
rey

South Africa

#15 Sep 20, 2008
Mr Marshall

I clicked the link you provided by the page it landed on only 3 advertsiments and no other content. I tried the link in IE as well as firefox.
Xavier Fernandes

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

#16 Jan 26, 2009
Dear Sir/Mme,

I am currently working as a restaurant training manager and would like to keep myself updated with old and new information.

Thanks
Darlene Villafane

Mount Pleasant, SC

#17 Aug 21, 2009
I am interested in your free manual and need more information. PLease and Thank you
Darlene pigalette73@yahoo.com
Grace

Chicago, IL

#18 Sep 29, 2009
Recently, my 17 year- old- daughter was called from an Indian restaurant to take a waitress position. She was extremely happy because she truly wants to work and start earning her own money. When she came back from her first day of work, I asked her how it was. I was extremely angry when she told me that the restaurant owner keeps the tips for herself. My rage went up when she told me that the restaurant owner offered to pay her $6/h, which is below the minimum wages established by the state employment laws. Other employees are paid $4/h because they do not speak English. On top of all this, I think this lady does not pay employees’ taxes. I did not let my daughter go back to work, but since that day I feel like, I should do something to stop all these job abuses.
What should be the legal procedure to follow in this case? Can anyone give me some advice?
ashley

Harare, Zimbabwe

#19 Oct 1, 2009
my friend and i are thinking of starting a waiter and waitress hiring company. what are the basic stuff we need to consider before we start
Richard Saporito

Brooklyn, NY

#20 Oct 14, 2009
Please have a look at my e-book:
How To Improve Dining Room Service
This publication can be utilized immediately for setting up and organizing the dining room service of any restaurant. The benefit is an improved service reputation and a bottom line increase.
www.howtoimprovediningroomservice.com
local server

Chicago, IL

#23 Mar 24, 2010
You should first mention the name of the restaurant so others are aware.

You should then contact the better business bureau or consult an attorney. Not legal what she is doing.
Grace wrote:
Recently, my 17 year- old- daughter was called from an Indian restaurant to take a waitress position. She was extremely happy because she truly wants to work and start earning her own money. When she came back from her first day of work, I asked her how it was. I was extremely angry when she told me that the restaurant owner keeps the tips for herself. My rage went up when she told me that the restaurant owner offered to pay her $6/h, which is below the minimum wages established by the state employment laws. Other employees are paid $4/h because they do not speak English. On top of all this, I think this lady does not pay employees’ taxes. I did not let my daughter go back to work, but since that day I feel like, I should do something to stop all these job abuses.
What should be the legal procedure to follow in this case? Can anyone give me some advice?

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