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#249 - I don't think you've worked in a restaurant. An average group …  [+] (1 new reply) 12/17/2014 on pizza 0
User avatar #253 - IamSofaKingdom (16 hours ago) [-]
The specifics of the system don't help the fact that it is a broken and stupid system. Your employer pays you, if the customer enjoyed your efforts they tip you, if you don't you still get paid.

Tips are a reward for good work, not a mandatory bill for a customer and treating it otherwise is ridiculous.
#248 - I'm not going to compare working for the post office to waitin…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/17/2014 on pizza 0
User avatar #252 - IamSofaKingdom (16 hours ago) [-]
I worked for a customer service desk before the Post Office, I definitely know the stress of customers (you also don't get tipped in that job either). Sorry if I stated it in a confusing manner but the general workload was not what I was comparing. The point was to showcase how a workload drastically varies in other jobs and nobody even considers monetary compensation for it. The Post Office was a personal example I knew where a workload increased multiple fold.
#207 - It depends on the restaurant. At the one I manage, bussers, di…  [+] (3 new replies) 12/17/2014 on pizza 0
User avatar #246 - IamSofaKingdom (12/17/2014) [-]
It isn't hard at all to see a broken system. When the employer passes of the wage of employees to customers and then twists it to make it seem like the customer is the villain, then it is a bad system. Regardless of your reason for not tipping, you are automatically assumed to be a douche and that is stupid. A required 15% gratuity is also stupid.

As I stated before, it is illegal to pay under minimum wage, if you don't get tipped you are still promised minimum wage from your employer. I work for the Post Office right now. When Christmas season comes around I have to work several more hours everyday, get called in last second and deliver roughly three times the normal mail volume and I still get paid the same wage. I am 100% sure that waiters do not get as much of a workload addition on a night at work as that but they have a social promise to get paid extra?
User avatar #248 - Dakafal (12/17/2014) [-]
I'm not going to compare working for the post office to waiting, cos that's much harder. But they get a much heavier workload at night. The waiters that have to close are usually there from 5 till 2, and have to close down the restaurant. The stressful part about their job mostly comes from dealing with customers. You don't really understand just how ridiculous and downright vicious some customers can be until you work in the industry. Most people are at least courteous to their server, some are almost malevolent in their treatment of my employees. They look down on servers as second class and treat them like shit making them do stupid things like string ordering or making absurd requests. Then after working hard for these people they tip them nothing. At the end of the night servers definitely make more than minimum wage, that isn't usually a problem. But regardless of whether or not you think it's a broken system, it's still how these kids make their money, so please pay them if they deserve it.
User avatar #252 - IamSofaKingdom (16 hours ago) [-]
I worked for a customer service desk before the Post Office, I definitely know the stress of customers (you also don't get tipped in that job either). Sorry if I stated it in a confusing manner but the general workload was not what I was comparing. The point was to showcase how a workload drastically varies in other jobs and nobody even considers monetary compensation for it. The Post Office was a personal example I knew where a workload increased multiple fold.
#31 - I was looking through the comments and everyone's like "w… 12/16/2014 on BASED PROFESSOR IS BASED 0
#170 - Yeah, well that's Oregon, also known as the holy land for rest… 12/16/2014 on pizza -1
#25 - GUYS. I'm 99% sure that the email was satire, and just an atte…  [+] (3 new replies) 12/16/2014 on BASED PROFESSOR IS BASED +5
#34 - anonymous (12/17/2014) [-]
SHHHHHHH Don't tell professors that we lie to get out of tests!
also, OH DEAR GOD HER EYES
User avatar #30 - superiorcheerio (12/16/2014) [-]
Woah, what. WHAAAAA? NOOOO. nooooooooooooooooooooooo. Student would never do that. That's crazy talk. Everybody knows that college students want their finals as soon as possible. If anything they should be asking to take the test sooner.



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User avatar #31 - Dakafal (12/16/2014) [-]
I was looking through the comments and everyone's like "wow what an idiot, how can she be so stupid". It seems like no one is getting the joke.
#22 - Im pretty sure that this is a student who is just trying to ge… 12/16/2014 on BASED PROFESSOR IS BASED +2
#143 - In America a waiter is usually paid HALF of minimum wage, beca… 12/16/2014 on pizza -2
#139 - As someone who's exclusively worked in the restaurant industry…  [+] (7 new replies) 12/16/2014 on pizza +1
User avatar #175 - IamSofaKingdom (12/16/2014) [-]
The system should not be structured around forced gratuity. That is the opposite of what the concept is. Also when a waitress does not make up their pay difference in tips they are required, by law, to be paid by their employer up to minimum wage. That means they are minimum wage employees with the option of earning more. That is a hell of a lot better than the dish washer in the back, or the chef who doesn't get any extra for cooking the extra food, or a cashier, or a fast food employee. Not all of them, but from my personal experience, waitresses/waiters like to play the victim for extra money when their situation is not bad. Just because the system is broken to hell, doesn't mean we should adapt to it.
User avatar #207 - Dakafal (12/17/2014) [-]
It depends on the restaurant. At the one I manage, bussers, dishwashers, and the hostess are tipped by the servers. And the kitchen members that choose to close that night get tipped. At the other I work at, the servers only have to tip the busser and the chefs. I'm not saying it's forced on you to tip, but you should tip appropriately. If your waiter legitimately does a shitty job or is unfriendly, yeah they deserve less. But if they do their job up to your expectations, they should get at least 15% from you. And if they do especially well, then tip more. It just gets really frustrating when you see servers work their ass off all night and people simply don't tip well. It's hard to understand how frustrating the industry can be when you've never worked in it.
User avatar #246 - IamSofaKingdom (12/17/2014) [-]
It isn't hard at all to see a broken system. When the employer passes of the wage of employees to customers and then twists it to make it seem like the customer is the villain, then it is a bad system. Regardless of your reason for not tipping, you are automatically assumed to be a douche and that is stupid. A required 15% gratuity is also stupid.

As I stated before, it is illegal to pay under minimum wage, if you don't get tipped you are still promised minimum wage from your employer. I work for the Post Office right now. When Christmas season comes around I have to work several more hours everyday, get called in last second and deliver roughly three times the normal mail volume and I still get paid the same wage. I am 100% sure that waiters do not get as much of a workload addition on a night at work as that but they have a social promise to get paid extra?
User avatar #248 - Dakafal (12/17/2014) [-]
I'm not going to compare working for the post office to waiting, cos that's much harder. But they get a much heavier workload at night. The waiters that have to close are usually there from 5 till 2, and have to close down the restaurant. The stressful part about their job mostly comes from dealing with customers. You don't really understand just how ridiculous and downright vicious some customers can be until you work in the industry. Most people are at least courteous to their server, some are almost malevolent in their treatment of my employees. They look down on servers as second class and treat them like shit making them do stupid things like string ordering or making absurd requests. Then after working hard for these people they tip them nothing. At the end of the night servers definitely make more than minimum wage, that isn't usually a problem. But regardless of whether or not you think it's a broken system, it's still how these kids make their money, so please pay them if they deserve it.
User avatar #252 - IamSofaKingdom (16 hours ago) [-]
I worked for a customer service desk before the Post Office, I definitely know the stress of customers (you also don't get tipped in that job either). Sorry if I stated it in a confusing manner but the general workload was not what I was comparing. The point was to showcase how a workload drastically varies in other jobs and nobody even considers monetary compensation for it. The Post Office was a personal example I knew where a workload increased multiple fold.
User avatar #163 - lazaman (12/16/2014) [-]
That sort of bullshit mentality is fucking stupid.

Go on strike.
In oregon is illegal to pay ANYONE under minimum wage.

But if I can't afford to tip you, I still deserve to go out and eat, and if you have a fucking problem with that I will put your ass in the fucking ground.

Just try to spit in my food, Ill get your ass fired so fast your heads gonna spin. Then your paycheck will be $0
Asshole.
User avatar #170 - Dakafal (12/16/2014) [-]
Yeah, well that's Oregon, also known as the holy land for restaurant employees. Where I live, they make less money, and they can't afford to not be tipped well. If you regularly go out tip poorly, then you'll receive worse service. Be as much of a tool as you want bro, if you don't want to pay my employees, then I don't want to serve you.
#188 - Smoking weed doesn't impair your driving the way you think it … 12/11/2014 on That High Comp -1
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