Natalia Moreno is a Mexican who lives in Miami and works as a waitress, however before moving to South Florida she did the same business in New York, so she already had all the necessary experience in the customer service area. In the last bit of information he told about his life in the United States, he revealed How much do you earn in tips at Miami Beach restaurants? And many users found it amazing.
First, Natalia puts the virtual community in context by clarifying 20% gratuity is automatically added to all customer bills, but this figure is divided among all staff members: the cook, the maintenance people, and the waiter. So at the end of the day, he only gets a fraction of that 20%.
apart from this, Diners have the opportunity to leave an additional tip amount And that one is specifically addressed to the waiter who was present at the table in this case. So, in a video on her account @nataliamoreno512 she decided to show How much of that add-on did your customers give up on you And to the surprise of many, he received $200 on the Monday of the service. Although some did not leave an extra penny for him, others allowed him to raise that amount.
for users What he said didn’t seem right to them And they began to criticize them for not telling customers that the tip had been integrated into the ticket: “The people who left you extra didn’t realize the tip was already included”; ,But you already have the 20% tip included in your receipt. What do you want is a double tip?”, said some angrily.
But he defended himself: “Because people don’t read, but what’s my fault in that?”, he insisted that this information was written on their invoices, but some left extra because they did not read or only wanted to do it despite knowing the data.
After being attacked by dozens of people seeking to get paid more, Mexican made another video to show how much he earned on Wednesday with a 20% integrated tip, That is to say, he added the extra he got and after dividing the amount with his companions.
Finally, Natalie got 302 dollars For a day between six and eight hours, which he usually does every day, as he said. Given this, some users were in their favor: “I always say this, look for jobs for tips, I’m a poker dealer and I believe it’s worth working as a waiter or a poker dealer. They good jobs”, “I don’t upload what you earn… Many don’t want to leave a tip for later because they say they make too much money”.
While others concluded that tips are fine, as long as the employer does not rely on them to support the pay of waiters, a very common practice in the United States. Some owners pay customer service employees less to pay the total amount with tips.