Mon, Feb 04 2013 at 8:47 PM
I agree! As a former waiter, I know how important tips are to making a living. However, there are people who still won't tip or refuse to tip regardless. And these people are remembered and receive poor service because of it. And I don't feel bad for saying that either. It's important to remember, though, that companies are required to compensate employees who report their tips and don't make minimum wage. Consequently, they can also reduce the pay if they make in excess of tips. This leads to a lot of people no reporting tips. You have good days and bad days, and if it's for charity, sometimes you have to take one for the team.