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  • Ding P.
    11/17/2021 14:53

    all money goes to the corporates and politicians

  • Danusia K.
    11/17/2021 14:05

    Missing info … how much did she get in tips ??? We as consumers have to pay 20% either we like the service ir not . It’s part of salary

  • Sylvia J.
    11/16/2021 19:44

    And so wrong. The Employer should pay the wages for work done rather than the customer. Who pays the tax due on tips? Or is it a legal form of tax evasion?

  • Josie B.
    11/16/2021 03:44

    this was our discussion the other day.

  • Pamela B.
    11/15/2021 14:55

    This is propaganda. Any wait person knows they rely on tips and depending on where one works tips can bring in $50 or $500 per week. Don't buy this misinformation. If hourly wages are increased menu prices will increase and tips will stop.

  • Fõhh N.
    11/14/2021 21:36

    $9 right but at the end of the day they more than Doctors, ingenieur etc ....

  • Lucas B.
    11/14/2021 20:10

    No, honey, that's why you need public healthcare and the owners to pay you a fair wage

  • Abdur A.
    11/14/2021 19:19

    Look carefully right under her finger she try to hide $708 where she pointed $150 lol

  • Shanti F.
    11/14/2021 18:03

    I thought America was finished with slavery? 🤔

  • Luiz N.
    11/14/2021 15:26

    Stop working there get into a trade!!

  • Antonio M.
    11/14/2021 14:54

    So I hope I don’t sound insensitive when I say this, but if it was highly welcomed and encouraged by management of the establishments to have customers tip their servers for their services, I wonder if in this current day that things like various transaction service apps (CashApp, Venmo, Zelle, Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, etc) would be encouraged for USE by the servers from the customers for tips. At least that’s how I’d see tips being as personal as it can be. I’m sorry I’m not sorry, but there should never be any days where employees have to be concerned about not making the same amount of money in what should be a stable work environment. I’ve never worked in customer service, but I know when something is messed up like this industry is.

  • Cairistiòna M.
    11/14/2021 14:23

    It's disgusting!

  • Malecka H.
    11/14/2021 14:06

    They should get paid more.

  • Galie R.
    11/14/2021 13:26

    That’s because your tips “are your wages”! Restaurants, etc only have to prove to IRS that hourly wage “and” tips together equal minimum wage. Tips are not free or extra money. They were never meant to be extra money. They are actually a percentage of your wages. You do “by law” have to report your tips to the IRS - because they are a part of your “income wages” There are a lot of idiots who don’t understand how this pay consolidation works. They are stupid enough to think tips are free money or bonus money. They pay this way to incentivize a service worker to be conscientious in the care they give customers. The better the service, the better the customer experience, the bigger the tip. Yrs ago I was single mother, I had two little ones - I wanted to only work a few hours a week so I could maximize my time with my kids while they were still young. I choose/used to work a waitressing two hour lunch shift (only), five days a week. I would make $100. in tips in a shift - that means I was making $50. an hr plus my hourly wage - minimum $500. dollars a week for 10 hrs work, and this was back in the 80s. I was able to support myself and my children well on waitress income. That’s how it legally works people - tips are not bonus free money!

  • Brittney S.
    11/14/2021 12:54

    I was a bartender/server for 7 years and made great money. My hourly rate with the restaurant was $2.13. When working in the service industry you know there are going to be good and bad days. Most people stay in the industry because they make more money than getting an hourly position with another company making $15-20 hourly. You also have to pay taxes like everyone else. If she is not making enough tips based on the restaurant she is working at, it may be a good idea to look elsewhere. There are plenty of jobs out there.

  • Sunill S.
    11/14/2021 12:20

    I also got 10$ then what's big deal

  • Abdur A.
    11/14/2021 10:57

    Well you also have to pay tax on your claimed cash tips and you made cash tips $708 + $9.28 so you made $717.28 for 70 hours of work which is not a lot but we all know we do make some extra cash we don't show

  • Jacquelyn S.
    11/14/2021 02:36

    Standard restaurant payroll, she has around $700 in cash tips she isn't showing and the hourly wages she shows you goes to cover taxes on the cash tips she made during the period... So she's actually made around 900 before taxes for the period. This is why you tip your servers.

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    11/14/2021 02:36

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