Now because of square and everything else everywhere you go and everything you buy has a tipping. You can be buying clothes or a small items at a store and it goes to a tipping screen. Enough already. I'm annoyed. I want to tell square stop. Can you tell owners how to select no tipping. Or are we expected to tip for literally everything?
It appears that now we are expected to supplement people's wages 100% . That anything you buy you need to tip. I'm really annoyed by it. I get that the owners use square and clover because it's cheaper. I'm a small business owner now but I am still annoyed by the fact that everything is tipping. And it's tipping on every single thing. How much longer until we go to grocery store and have to pass over the tipping screen?
I just am so done with tipping. Even in restaurants I just want either a set fee or added into the cost. I prefer it. It's way easier. Last night we had dinner with DH's cousin. They took us out and I pointed out it was already added a mandatory 18%. She loved it. Didn't have to feel cheap or decide what to tip. The decision out of hand. Service was okay, but way eaiser to just have it there and not worry about it. Yep stellar work won't get you more. But maybe they should just pay people more.
I'm still frustrated over this minimum wage not being tied to inflation. How is it fair to pay people $7.20 minimum wage and not tie it to inflation like SS and medicare and then never argue about it again.