It's hard to keep up with the rules sometimes. Last month when the technician was at my house installing a new security alarm system I was about to hand him some cash when his supervisor intercepted and said techs are not allowed to accept tips...
I've written about tipping before, and around the holidays it's a topic that comes up a lot. Who do you give extra tips to during the holidays? Your mail carrier? Your hair dresser? Your dog groomer? Who else? I think the generally agreed upon rule is that the people you deal with a lot throughout the year who would normally get a tip, should get a little extra around the holidays.
A couple of days ago I wrote about tipping in the service industry, which sparked a few conversations with friends and co-workers that got me thinking. How do you handle those really bad days when you get to work?
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