we share our tips with cooks, bussers, dishwashers and the host. its not that i dont want to share tips, its more a matter of what rights do i have in the percentage. can my boss tell me what percentage to tip?
when does kitchen staff constitute "direct chain of service to the customer"?. that line makes me nervous about filing a complaint. and is the dishwasher ALSO considered part of that chain of service or is it also illegal to tip him out? I'm very invested in this job so i need to be very careful and precise about my rights when i bring the issue to management. thank you
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