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We tip not because we want to but because we have to, and that a good relationship and experience do not make.
This book however took a completely different approach, investigating each industry and giving stories and explaining how to tip in different situations.
I recommend this book for a good inside look at tipping in the service industry told by people who have experienced the work.
Follow up to the wonderful , Waiter's Rant.
He feels too sorry for the underpaid, and overtips, but compellingly gets his money worth with good stories and... Read more
Author had some interesting stories to tell. I thought it would be more technical so it was fun to read some of his experiences in getting information for other occupations. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Grandma Christmas
I enjoyed reading this gem written by Steve but I expected to see Steve venture into professions not known for tipping or further exploring tipping. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Diego Rodriguez
I found this very interesting and have used the things I have learned in this book to my advantage.Published 7 months ago by Michael Merican
He comes off as FOS, and something about his writing style is off-putting. I don't believe he actually ever worked in a tipped industry. Read morePublished 10 months ago by patty
This is a funny and easy read book about the tipping culture and a guide to tipping in the states.
As a European maybe not relevant but I enjoyed reading the book... Read more
The book was ok. Nothing like waiter rant - I was expecting more pithy and fun tales. instead, I got a manual on how to tip, which I guess I should have expected, given the... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jeannine Novak