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    A person comes to your home or place of business. Installs your internet connection. Should you give them a tip like you would a person in a bar or restaurant ?


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  • #2
    Sorry but I can't comment as "tipping" here usually only happens with good lookin' barmaids and that's it. It's really an American thing. ;)
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    • #3
      I don't think tipping is just an American thing. For most waiters/waitresses it's the only way for them to make a true living considering the wage rate they're on. In most restaurants it is the done thing.

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      • #4
        TIP is actually an acronym standing for To Insure Promptness. In beggining you would "TIP" the waiter before getting your meal or drink, not after.
        Actually I still do this, and it turns out that when i "TIP" the bartender a $20 up front, i get my drinks for free.

        to tip the installer that was there for 10 mins isnt something that i would do, but if he was installing something for 7hrs, i would definetly make sure that he got a good tip and even a good lunch.


        thats my 2 cents

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