I don’t want to generate too much of a controversy but I’m reading this article on eater:
And I’m starting to find it a little bemusing that the default is 20% for them (restaurant workers) and eater’s statement that if you can’t afford it, don’t eat out. From what I can gather, the article pretty much asked the people that work at said places for the minimum or default on tips. At that point, I rather just have the restaurant ram a default fee and call it as such rather than opting in for tips.
Eh… not a fan of this article. At what point does tips creep up to 25% becoming the “gold” standard? Does it stop?