Would you tip $10 on a $1,500 pizza delivery?
Customers of pizza joints and casual-dining establishments should probably keep in mind that not only do the underlings they shoo away between servings of low-cost food rely on tips to live and to balance out their tax burden, but they're not afraid to call you out for being stingy.
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#1 Mar 7, 2013
$1500 SOUNDS like a big # to give a mere $10 tip on. On the other hand, the delivery guy is not a waiter. If an appliance delivery person gets tipped $10, maybe he thinks he "deserved " $20, or even $50, but the truth is that if anyone gave him that $50 (3%), he'd feel very well taken care of. So actually, I'm OK with this, because the outrage I'm hearing seems to be misplaced on the "waiter" scale. Seriously, he does NOT deserve a $225 tip. I've actually written on this topic: http://answerguy.com/2011/05/06/business-chan...
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