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How much should you tip it said deliver -- I guess it's a dilemma we face every day but being generous.
At unusual places can pay -- down the road joining me now with good rules of sun -- I -- present the protocol school of Washington Pam welcome to the show great to have you here.
You know this isn't very contest to bull segment really because -- think a lot of people don't like to feel like they're being forced to tip.
So what do you say -- the rules of the road.
Well I think we have to look at what are the traditional.
Positions that are.
And -- that are out there that you -- -- and you know wait staff in the hospitality industry.
You know those are traditional.
Regular ways of making a wage for them to make -- -- -- so definitely -- so tipping there well.
And it's interesting I mean I I feel like.
Yeah I know that fifteen to 20% depending on my experience or less -- I'm really unhappy.
I had there have been the occasional times I left -- -- but all I felt like I wasn't treated well -- times I've left lots more than 20% because.
-- -- the person was just off the charts.
You tips I think really.
Well when need that was signing unions look how your -- -- -- being serviced where they come out to you and they deliver food to you went.
Bring -- -- -- -- -- that you need for their meal absolutely now would you use tip 20% to the sonic.
Maybe not maybe 10% is fine I forget like they're -- it's they can match your car forgot all of us and you.
Hotel -- -- -- -- cents on that's you're right that's right which once hotel housekeepers.
You know this is area that people forget about and the housekeepers do a lot of work keeping your your room clean especially if you're staying -- several days.
Usually two to -- five dollars a day is acceptable.
And -- just leave it in a nice notes and and leave it for them yes tipping the docks that are.
You know it don't it as they have their set -- but maybe they took the dogs on short notice may be their bays and when they return them she killed.
You just about 1015%.
As good as well.
And landscape first.
LA papers you usually paying on a regular basis if they're coming and I -- I -- my -- -- like you cannot believe the last thing I'm gonna do adamant tea.
I mean thousands of dollars I man I every single year.
But if that you have someone this is cutting your grass and they do some extra services for you or do something for you that's.
Now cutting down trees and those things you know there's a payment for it but maybe -- -- using him for several years and it always is on time.
Dedicated you warning given a tip at the end of the year at a dead you know season that's fine.
You don't have to -- every.
Every time you pay them I -- -- just hacking your own best judgment with people when they gonna give them a tip or not.
I know in New York City here everybody gets -- and they get tipped a lot but it's different in different parts of the country as well right -- Correct -- seeing you know more in the big cities in destination management your destination areas is where a lot of the tipping occurs in Florida.
New York LA you're gonna see more and more of those tips and -- higher tips to.
But you know if you're going demos -- -- walking up and you're going through it and you're ordering in your carrying all your food and you're selling your drink in in your finding your seat.
You know it's not necessarily be necessary to tip.
With that tip jar right there by the cash register.
All right -- and thanks for coming on tonight with the rules of the road for tipping etiquette we appreciate your time thank you so much.
You're welcome --
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