TikTok video shows waiter’s rage – Do you feel sorry for her?

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To give or not to give, that is the question

It has to be one of the most heated controversies of all time. Tip. There is no law that says you have to tip when dining in a restaurant. This is a personal decision on your part, and most people will simply tip based on performance. Did the server meet their needs? For many, there are a million factors that go into leaving a 20% tip. I know several people here in Bismarck who think they have the right to leave a dollar as an 80 dollar tab. After all, it is their right. BUT not tipping is wrong.

Do you think restaurants should be allowed to leave a mandatory tip on the check?

Made several calls this afternoon to locations around Bismarck/Mandan. One of the things I found in common was that if you have a large group of more than 8 people it is customary to add the tip to the final bill. Usually the manager will tell the main person who booked the reservation BEFORE hand, so there is no confusion when the check is deposited. This TikTok @madison_montes/TikTok video clearly shows a waiter upset, after discovering his customers were angry that a tip was included on their check.

Is it part of the territory?

According to dailydot.com “The TikToker said the couple’s check was for $100 and added that she didn’t make an hourly rate as a waiter. In a comment on her video, Montes clarified that she earned $2 $ an hour, but that pay ultimately goes to taxes.” That’s where she set herself up for negative feedback. “You know how the restaurant business is” or one person said “You’re not entitled to a tip! LMAO” All of the above is true. Do you feel sorry for this Irate TikTok server? @madison_montes/TikTok



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