She’s kinda hott and some people like to masturbate while looking at her.
Well, they are certainly supposed to share that money with the government. Not declaring tips is the same as hiding any other income. The odds of being audited over it are small, but the penalties if you are caught are fairly large. And the IRS is more likely to audit poor people than rich people.
How does it not? If you have fewer customers, either you’re working the same shift with much less work... or you’re not working. You certainly aren’t doing MORE work with less customers.
Apples to oranges comparison. Hourly, salary, commission, and service all have pros and cons that favor certain conditions. I am paid hourly. A waiter’s pay is determined by factors other than time spent on their shift. During something like this I am still churning out the same quantity of work if I am in the… Read more
As much as they complain service people like waiters wouldn’t want it any other way. As it stands, whenever a restaurant raises prices that theoretically is a raise for them. And it goes directly into their pocket. They don’t have to share it in the form of taxes to pay for public services like the rest of us. Not to… Read more
Why is it during rough times there is always a push made to give more of your money away to service workers? Snowy out, tip more, hot out, tip more, virus floating around, tip more. Give it a break. I, along with most other people have to work under these conditions too. Same goes for sales people whose pay is tied to… Read more
It’s really frustrating how service workers defend the tipping system when alternatives that include vacation/PTO, sick time, steady wages, 401(k)s, etc., you know, the trappings of regular jobs, are presented. I understand the allure of cash in the pocket is strong, but it’s difficult to be very sympathetic when we… Read more
That sounds cheap. I think tickets near me are more like $16-$18.