SOMETHING TO TELL THE PEOPLE OF EDMONTON?



Tipping

So I work as a delivery driver for a food courier company. Weather you are paying on line or with cash, I can see how much the tip is. TIPS – to ensure prompt service. If you don’t leave me a tip, I will drive 3 km under the speed limit. If you tip, but not that good, I will do the speed limit. If you are a good tipper, I will go 5 km over the speed limit. Please remember when ordering food to be delivered, we are taking time away from our families, wear and tear on our vehicles plus paying for gas out of our own pockets. Please remember to tip your delivery driver

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  1. Joke is on you really lol.
    Cuz even if some of us pay online with no tip doesn’t mean I don’t have a tip for you in cash at my door.(as I prefer to give my tip directly to the delivery guy to ensure THEY get it.).
    But if you show up late and my food is cold……then that cash in my pocket stays there.
    I pay for the service I get…..if I get crappy service,then no tip.
    Tips aren’t mandatory,they’re earned.
    So get over yourself.

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    1. Agree 100%! I give my tips out at the door. Do your job in a professional way and add some friendliness to it at the door and you’ll get a tip.
      Show up late and be a jerk… guess what.

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    2. As a pizza lady, agreed! I earn my tips, not expect them, and I’m nothing but courteous and polite to the regulars who I know don’t tip. I’m still a representative of the company I work for.

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  2. This is the job you chose. We all lose time with our families when we go to work. If you pay for gas…you knew that when taking the job as well as using your own vehicle.

    To say you will delay the delivery based on tips means you should be fired. You are paid to do your job regardless of the tip as we all are!

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    1. I deliver pizza and I agree. I am prompt no matter what, even if there is no tip (25% of people don’t tip in my experience). It’s about being professional.

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    2. You can write off anything to do with your car.. gas..mileage..carwashes..even a portion of the purchase of a vehicle (unless it is a leased vehicle on this one)

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  3. ANYONE who has a job is taking time away from their families, and, if they drive to work, they too are also enduring wear and tear on their car and paying gas just to get to work…..some even have to pay a ridiculous parking fee in addition to that. Not the best boo-hoo post.

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    1. Exactly! At one of my 2 jobs, I even had to increase the type of insurance I had on my car increasing my annual premium so I can drive clients. I knew that when I took the job, it is part of the cost of doing business.

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  4. Tip = ur attitude / and food / cold food / so crap food / crap service no tip. Tips are not a right I don’t get a tip for my job and those who think what u just wrote might need to relook into another employment option just saying

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    1. It sounds like you work hard and not appreciated for your efforts. I work for a fabulous firm who recognizes us for all of our efforts. We are paid very well and are currently looking for people like you. Pm me if you are interested

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  5. So you choose to deliver food but feel self entitled to TIPS. Lol everyone is taking time away from their families to work. You’re job isn’t any different. TIPS are earned. You’re basically saying TIP me more and I’ll give better service. Get lost. Lol

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  6. Is that not what you get paid to do.. you chose that life style I sure don’t get paid to go give quotes out and driving an hr places all over in and around the city.. don’t like it, change careers. Sorry but no pity..
    it’s like ppl and fast food now that have tip options, it’s crap. You did your job. I shouldn’t have to pay more for it because you feel I should. I’m already paying the added fee the delivery.

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    1. I don’t usually tip when I order food. $50 for the meal, another $4 for a delivery fee and then another fee on top of that to use the interac machine at some places. I don’t get tips at my job. People are incredibly self entitled. If someone chooses to not do the job that they’re paid to do simply because they don’t get a tip, they’ll just lose me as a customer. All you’re doing is bringing food to someone’s door.

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  7. I have a hard time with this one…. prices these days are so very inflated… and everyone knows it!! If ur bitching about the tip you get… the wear and tear… time away from your family…. that’s called a job. Everyone has one… your not special.
    Tip yes…. but over tip just to get u to do your job…. no.

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  8. you sound like an entitled asshat…. same as the servers who whine about their tips… having worked in the industry myself, I am quite aware of how much you are paid to make a delivery which covers gas and the wear and tear on your vehicle… don’t like it then find another job

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    1. and a number of people prefer to tip in cash at the door so if this is your attitude prior to giving people the opportunity to tip you are more than an entitled asshat

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  9. How do you determine your tip prior to delivery? Do you keep an index of people/addresses who previously were shitty tippers?
    Generally you don’t know your tip until you drop the food off in exchange for money. So I call bullshit on your stupid little rant.

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  10. I can’t afford to tip everybody… tip the taxi cab, tip the waitress, tip the delivery person. My golly a years worth of tipping can equal to so many percentage of my yearly income, which is why I choose to only tip one service per month. This month tip my cabbies, next month tip my waitress, and then after tip my delivery person….wowzers you can’t all expect to be tipped with my earnings… not to be an ass but who tips me, no one …..

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    1. I would agree with you except last week I used “skip the dishes ” for the first time, and when you order you’re asked to pay the tip as well!

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  11. What happens if the person was planning on handing you a cash tip but you took so long their food was cold so they opt not to…horrible work ethic you have. How about you find a new job.

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  12. So if I pay online with my visa but put $0 for tip with the intention of tipping cash when you get there do you refuse the tip since you took your time and my food is now cold?

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  13. You live within your means no matter what job you have, drink water, not pop, cook at home, not fast food or restaurant.. Learn to do without and sacrifice and be grateful… Make a very strong effort to better yourself, to climb the ladder to a better job.. Learn to shop the sales, for all things… But most of all stand with a straight back and count your Blessings, for they can soon get worse….

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  14. Seriously? Lots of places charge a delivery fee on top of the price of the food, that will limit what people tip. As well how would you know ahead of time what they are tipping if paying cash? I know when I used to order pizza or other delivery I didn’t decide what tip I would pay (if any) until the food arrived. I based my tip of speed, correct order, friendliness of delivery person and how much of a delivery fee I was already charged.

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  15. Ok that’s all fine and good…but my tip is based on service. If u show up super late and are rude with no customer service skills I’m gonna tip low. If it’s skip the dishes…i will tip when U get here.

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  16. Earn your tip, don’t expect it, and I would prefer you drive the speed limit, last thing Edmonton, or anywhere needs is some jackass “food courier” killing someone, because he expects a good tip.

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  17. Good old Skip the Dishes. I always tip. But then I always leave specific instructions to leave the order on the front steps and bugger off. I own and run a pet sitting business. If I order while I am at a client’s house, I am not risking a dog running out the front door or biting a driver. Half the drivers are either not reading or ignoring the most simple of requests and continue to ring the doorbell and knock on the door sending my client’s dogs into a barking frenzy, when you could have quietly placed my order on the front steps and left.
    #rantover

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    1. It is a courtesy to tip them but not the way this person is. If they are late or have a bad attitude, why should we tip them. And this post about missing time with family, paying for gas….that’s part of working. Don’t put that on the customer.

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  18. I know now that I will never be using skip the dishes in case I get you…..
    my tip is based on what you’re bringing me, the weather I’ve called you out in, the delivery charge your company has already charged me, and frankly? The service I received last time. 😉
    Buh bye skip the dishes.

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  19. Shitty service= shitty tip. You’re not entitled to anything. You have to earn that tip. You expect me to give extra money, I expect you to be courteous and do your job right.

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  20. I pay in credit to the company, and tip with cash, to the driver, as most as separate companies.
    So you are kinda shooting yourself in the foot. Maybe you should reevaluate your logic for getting shitty tips.

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  21. My tip is a spur of the moment decision determined by how you present yourself and your demeanor at my door. If you’re polite and courteous, I will tip. If you act like you got better things to do, don’t GAF about anything or are a general asshole, I will not tip.

    I do not base my decision on if you get there a few minutes either way of the expected time.

    BTW, the word “tips” is not an acronym for anything.
    http://www.snopes.com/language/acronyms/tip.asp

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  22. Luckly, the 7km/hr difference, in any local pizza delivery’s radius, can only add up to an additional 2 or 3 minutes at most due to so much stop & go. 🙂 Not much of a loss to the customers you deliver for if they decide to continuously not tip you! 😉

    Try being prompt, and as kind as possible in the 45 seconds you have before they get to the tip option on the machine. Seems to work just fine for me! 🙂

    — Yours truly, another local pizza driver

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    1. we usually tip at the door . .cash … so its not on the charge card ..so its up to the driver when he gets here wether or not he get the tip .. if pizza cold .. no tip for sure ..

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    2. I to tip at door for delivery. How long it took, how hot food is, how the delivery person looks, and attitude when they show up. If u dont like the wear and tear on your vehicle and you dont like paying your own gas. Then work a different deal with the boss or get another job…. so if there no tip on credit card maybe you should do your best to be prompt, and polite.. i have been know to tip pretty big. But someone like you would get maybe 2 bucks… poor attitude bud..

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    3. He’s talking about skip the dish… When you order through them it asks you how much % of a tip you wanna tip the driver… Funny thing is I always (mostly) do 15% and give more change at the door.. And that depends on how awesome they are.. Fast ,friendly how many times they went the wrong way.. They have GPS tracking …. Love skip the dish but now I’m paying attention more carefully…

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    4. I believe half the problem with today’s society is the fact that Certain individuals have took it apon themselves to decide that tipping needs to add up to a % Nowadays – Anything extra given of graciousness should be appreciated

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    5. Because you expect to be tipped before you even do your job. Your a delivery driver which is to deliver food. So why shpuld we tip before the food is delivered. Like alot of people are saying tip is cash.. and u expecting a tip before u do ypur job is stupid. Also sometimes people cant afford to tip. Save for weeks to be able to order one night and with inflation cant afford the extra this time around. Think about that. Also everyone spends time away from their families to.work. what you go deliver food. My husband is gone for a week sometimes 3 weeks at a time for his job. So dont bitch about time away from family..

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  23. Most customers act as though a tip is a favor done as a reward for good service, when actually the customers’ tips often keep service workers and their families above the minimum wage poverty line. Everyone should be tipping their waitress or waiter, delivery driver, hair stylist, etc. automatically as part of receiving the service.

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  24. To ensure prompt/proper service is not what tips stands for. You tip based on the quality of service you have received. “Ensure” would mean what you will receive.

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  25. So do you share tips with the cook’s, prep cooks, and dishwasher. Do you tip the freight truck driver that brings the good’s to the restaurant, for the cooks to make, so you have a job?

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    1. Evan Myles Codd worked a family restaurant. We had a shift tip system, as everyone from dish washer to cooks. had part in the operations. Not just the one packing it to the table.

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  26. Get another job. One that doesn’t cost you money. And that doesn’t make you so damn bitter and resentful. And, what you’ve printed as a motto actually spells “teps”, not tips. So here’s a tip for ya: don’t use that one again.

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  27. You do realize anyone that has a job is away from kids etc. If your work doesn’t pay you enough I’m sorry.

    Considering tipping is optional and I sure as hell don’t get tips at work.

    Be happy when you get a tip you ungrateful shit

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  28. Question …. for example .. order Boston pizza … for delivery says 3.75 delivery charge.. is that for the driver? Orrrr? What … I still tip 5 bucks but still just curious

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  29. “we are taking time away from our families, wear and tear on our vehicles plus paying for gas out of our own pockets”. Congratulations, you just described 100% of all jobs held by a person that drives to work.

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  30. Not very smart. Would make more sense to hurry and get the no tippers out of the way so you can start the next delivery order quicker and have higher potential for tips.

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  31. Ok so u work for skip the dish… I ordered from them several x on line. Never again. First of all u can’t pay cash on line. Not a secret. Yes I started off with a 5$ tip. I needed to test you out. Know what I discovered after 4 attempts? the worst food I’d ever eaten… half I threw out after a couple of bites. Not because of the food quality but because it was cold or soggy from sitting in the trunk of your car for so long. Tips are meant as a bonus not as a wage. If these delivery companies can’t pay at least min wage plus costs and you work for them then you are only contributing to their demise as well as yours and others who come behind you … simply by working for them… so in essence you’re wasting everyone’s time & money. Personally?….. there are restaurants that I don’t order from anymore because I have to go through Ship the dish. Take your time in delivering your orders… you’ll end up where you belong. Offer good service and not only will you see your tips increase but you will have a stable career for the rest of your life because the delivery company will seem professional and in control of it’s service…. You’re fucked either way.. lol

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  32. Most people tip so it’s not usually a problem. The ones that don’t are usually absorbed into the extra generous tippers. I don’t think anyone’s asking for some extravagant tip, unfortunately many people I’ve talked to ask “can I ask how much you’re paid an hour?” And it’s usually people who haven’t tipped on their order. It seems they think the delivery fee is already extra, which would be great if it was! Thankfully this isn’t my main job, so I don’t care all that much in the end on tips. It evens itself out in the end which is why I still make money. But I can sympathize with this driver, because in the end, no one wants to work for free

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  33. Maybe that’s the reason you deliver food and don’t have a real job. As for taking time away from your family for tips good or bad is called working you dumbass

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  34. I always put zero for the tip online and then give the driver cash when he gets to my house. Don’t assume people aren’t tipping just because they don’t put it in online. I just did this a few days ago. How about just do your job to the best of your abilities and then you’ll be tipped accordingly.

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  35. If I tip in advance, you haven’t earned it and it might not matter anyway.
    I always tip my driver cash.
    Don’t assume people are assholes because you don’t see the tip on a screen.

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  36. So you make a commission based salary?

    OK ask how many other commission based salaries get tips.

    You picked the job and knew what it entailed. Telling people we don’t understand what you go through just makes us mad.

    Do you know what we go through? Do you know how much money we have? Kids? Bills? Debts?

    Two way street.

    I almost always tip but after seeing the attitude some delivery drivers have I will be tipping a lot less.

    You don’t work for free. Everything in life costs something. Everyone pays to work Whether it be gas to work,bus fare, chipping for gas, food, work gear, etc

    Bad argument. Get a different job if it doesn’t work. Don’t blame the people keeping you employed through our service

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  37. Nobody told you to take on this kind of job. My husband did this for many years. And always made sure the food got there in a timely manner. Whether he got tips or not. So if you are that unhappy find something new. DO not whine on here about it. And if I knew that this is what you were doing as my delivery driver I would definitely be letting the company know that this is the type of employee that they have.

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  38. Tips are based on service quality. This person is retaliating against people who aren’t tipping when they haven’t even provided a service yet. What a world we live in.

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  39. I suppose you’d say it’s commission based. Except it has nothing to do with me, the delivery fee is set by the company.
    I’m not saying you are entitled to tip, but the job entails being tipped, that’s kinda the biggest part of it…if no one tipped the company would have to substitute my income somehow or no one would be a delivery driver.
    And I certainly don’t think everyone “doesn’t understand”. My comment about was based on the conversations I’ve had with customers because they haven’t understood… so I think it’s fair to say it’s a common issue in that case.

    I’m really not too worried about tipping or not, like I said before, it evens out in the end. I just know a lot of people don’t know how delivery drivers make their money because it’s different for everyone. Honestly I think it’s a bit silly to have a tip before you get the food delivered. You’re supposed to tip me for going above and behind the service, not just doing my job like you said.

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  40. I suppose you’d say it’s commission based. Except it has nothing to do with me, the delivery fee is set by the company.
    I’m not saying you are entitled to tip, but the job entails being tipped, that’s kinda the biggest part of it…if no one tipped the company would have to substitute my income somehow or no one would be a delivery driver.
    And I certainly don’t think everyone “doesn’t understand”. My comment about was based on the conversations I’ve had with customers because they haven’t understood… so I think it’s fair to say it’s a common issue in that case.

    I’m really not too worried about tipping or not, like I said before, it evens out in the end. I just know a lot of people don’t know how delivery drivers make their money because it’s different for everyone. Honestly I think it’s a bit silly to have a tip before you get the food delivered. You’re supposed to tip me for going above and behind the service, not just doing my job like you said.

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  41. The word “Tips” is not an acronym! Personally I pay cash, you won’t see the tip until you get to my house to get it… so i don’t know how you are saying that you can see my tip before I give it to you and that will tell you how slow you are going to drive to my house.

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  42. That is such bullshit. as so many others on here have said, you chose to do the job. We all take time out of our day and our families to do our job, and most of us aren’t even eligible for “tips”. Tips are not mandatory, It is a way of showing appreciation for good service. You obviously aren’t providing that. I always tip the driver, but I sure wish I knew where you worked because I would NOT be tipping in the future. You should be fired it you aren’t always giving your best to your job. A stupid post like this will probably affect the way alot of people tip in the future, so you’re screwing yourself and a bunch of other drivers out of tips with your crappy attitude. Full of yourself, self-entitled troll idiot that you are.

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  43. The idea that customers should tip you to influence you to break the law and get their food there in the exact same time as if you hadn’t is a piss poor argument.

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  44. I have to pay for gas out of my own pocket when I go to work also. My job takes time away from my family also. I don’t get tips. I guess I’m in the wrong business. Perhaps I should join the glamorous world of food delivery with all of its entitlements.

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  45. Like bronco monk said in another post.

    Do you share your tips with the cook’s, prep cooks, waitresses who take the orders ( or receptionists ) this list could go on forever.

    Your job is only possible because of other people’s hard work. You drivers ( not all just these two so far ) only have a job from others hard work.

    Just making it harder for me to justify tipping ever again. If you can’t survive without tips……Shouldn’t you quit. Doesn’t that mean your livelihood depends on our generosity for the job you chose. Seems like a stupid job choice.

    Other companies pay more. Tell that to your employer…..not us who help you have more money then the job that employs you……

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  46. Doesn’t mean we need to tip. It enables you to have tips as a regular part of the job. It doesn’t guarantee anything.

    It’s made to help drivers a bit more ( but mostly to keep companies from paying more) but not to be a major source of income.

    If skip couldn’t hire drivers they would pay more. Don’t blame tips or no tips for hardships. They are a bonus

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  47. Thankfully I barely ever work this job so it doesn’t affect me much. I’m not sure about others, maybe they should get a different job if it bothers them a lot. I still have this job because it’s super flexible and it works for me and my family. It’s definitely not my career lol

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  48. I’m certainly not claiming hardship, I really only commented on this thread in the first place because I know that this guy/girl works for the same company as me and I know a lot of the non tipping customers think we get hourly wages, based off of my own experience.

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  49. So if someone doesnt tip you well you do a shit job?
    Entitled asshole. I tip based on how good the service is, so if you dont see a tip and take forever? That cash i has waiting for you goes bye bye.
    Oh boo hoo you are away from your family like EVERYONE ELSE WITH A JOB?

    stfu

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  50. how about this? If you dont tip will get no electricity, or water, or gas. or what about your 911 call will not work, or maybe your internet is suddenly gone. like everyone do you damn job

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  51. It’s the attitude of this post and people that EXPECT tips that makes me want to stop tipping. Be grateful you have a job or two, some are unemployed and not by chose.

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  52. 99% chance this is the same delivery driver that “doesnt have correct change” and lifts extra coin off you when you order.

    You ever wonder why people don’t tip you but gladly give a tip to any of your other coworkers?

    Thats why. Thieving prick.

    And I fucking worked in food service living off tips so I KNOW how much you need them to survive. Quit being a cunt and I’m sure your bill collectors will thank you.

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  53. I always do a tip in person. So when you see an online payment, that says nothing about how you are at the door. A polite person gets a good tip. Rude – nope.
    I work where I provide delivery. Any job can take you away from your family. My delivery is free and only 1% give any change as a tip. Which is fine. I don’t expect it because I signed up for this. Sorry but I get the rude customers, time, vehicle wear and tear etc – but that is the job chosen. If thats not something you expect to deal with, then its wrong job. I tip more if the weather is bad for sure. So I prefer someone who is late but safe rather than risk their life on the road for a better tip. And the tip is based on all of that – roas conditions, service. If the food is bad, that will not affect my tip to the driver. However sadly giving a tip provides nothing to the cook or any other staff. So if the food is wrong, do I not tip you? Of course not. I would still give you a tip because you provide good service. But yes tips are optional. Appreciated but optional

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  54. Why should we tip people for doing their job? The lady bagging your groceries at superstore doesn’t get tipped. The nurse or doctor looking after you don’t get tipped. So why should we pay a tip for someone already receiving an hourly wage a tip for doing what they are supposed to???? My opinion!!!

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  55. I don’t believe in tips….there are other employment opportunities with the same pay that don’t receive tips for there great customer service. Why is the food industry the only ones that expect tips.

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  56. I always tip but I do take offence to this add..you chose this job and customer service is part of it- whether they tip or not. I’m assuming you receive a wage- as do thousands of workers who never get a tip and also are away from family..

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  57. Dude, I got your back on this one. Some of the comments are just plain assinine and mean-spirited. They just don’t get it. Ignore the haters & don’t ever give up.:) p.s. I ALWAYS tip, I know how hard the work is…

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  58. we are charged a delivery cost and I like to give cash for tips so I know you get it and I always over tip you are doing me a service bringing it to my door I appreciate it … kinda hope you are not one of my delivery ppl you will be thinking I don’t tip enough who knows if my food will be hot or cold? kinda sad I say treat everyone as you want to be treated sometimes ppl only have 2 extra dollars doesn’t mean you are not appreciated

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  59. Hahaha who tips BEFORE it gets there?
    Here’s a tip: The tip depends on the level of service received. You get your paycheck to pay for life. Tips come with the service. You show up late and my food is cold or wrong you get a shitty tip. You show up in good time and its all good then you get a great tip.
    Do you tip your waitress at a resturaunt before you are seated? Do you tip your dentist before he drills into your face? Or your mechanic before he does the work?
    Everyone wants a tip for doing their job…how about a smile because yo what you are expecting is what you are paid to do so just stop bitching, do your fucking job and stop digging for extras when you obviously have a messed up sense of work ethic. That’s the service industry. I deliver to many job sites daily. My job requires that I get goods from point A to point B by a certain time. I get my job done and don’t ask for a tip. My secret is that if I have a good time rate I get more calls which means I make more money. So stop slow poking your customers, they would probably start tipping better if didn’t bring them cold food.

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  60. Reading this makes me a little pissy. Maybe, just maybe that person who ordered only has a limited budget and cannot afford a tip that makes you drive a tad faster. Seeing as a tip is voluntary and you will act according to something that is “extra” not obligatory, and may in our economy really be stretching things for people, you are actually costing the business extra money, possibly repeat service, and alienating people based on your judgement of them. What are the chances that the next person delivering an order to my house suffers a non-tip trip due to your opinionated post? Pretty damn good, you should be so proud of yourself. Your attitude is insulting and childish.

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  61. One of our local delivery drivers told me that when they work all the prices up it includes tips they pay there drivers this is how it works here i dont know about there but if you show up late and my food is cold i am not giving you a dime extra

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  62. Why don’t you tell us which company you work for….that way we can avoid you an that company

    After all you are tryn to extort more money from your companies clients by tell them you will drive slow if you don’t get a good tip…..
    Its little zit farms like you that spend their life delivering pizzas because you to immature to to do your job in order to move up on a business or get a real job

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  63. Delaying the time it takes to get the food to the customer also takes away time from their family. Obviously this person really isn’t concerned with the family time lol

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  64. Well we do tip well but you do get a hourly wage and let’s remember you didn’t prepare the food your transporting it and we all work and take time from our families but I don t get tipped for what I do so loose you self entitlement.

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  65. The tip I gives is determined by how soon the food gets to me. I order from dominos often and tip them well because its less than 30 minutes for my food to get to me amd the drivers are always polite and well mannered.

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  66. Well your a special kind of retard. What do you think the rest of us do,other then have a real job, one that can take me away from my family for weeks. Shut up do your job and Maybe reflect on why your a failure in life.

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  67. I usually pay the tip at the door. I think the person probably appreciates the 18% to 20% tip in cash at the door right away instead of waiting for the vendor to reimburse them from the credit card payment. If you are quicker than usual you get a bigger tip, if you take longer than usual you get a reduced tip. FYI The longer I wait the less your tip is, especially if you are with the food delivery service that says WHEN you picked up my food and so I know you are taking your sweet time.

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  68. You can’t demand people to tip you. I am sure you get an hourly wage just like everyone else. Tipping is a courtesy… If you feel you deserve a tip maybe tell those people at the door and see how long your job lasts. OR you could look for a better paying job.

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  69. Fuck that. Normally when I’m ordering food to be delivered to me I’m paying a delivery fee that goes to you guys anyway and you expect a tip on top of that? So no you won’t get anything more on top of that
    Oh and 3km over the speed limit in the city would make all of a minute difference if that. So nice try troll and it’s whether not weather by the way.

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    1. I don’t believe the delivery fee goes entirely to the driver. Maybe a portion…..just like in room service at a hotel. That delivery also does not go to the deliverer……
      The more you know…..

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    2. Actually if you look at getting hired at say skip the dishes, it says one of the perks is getting 100% of the delivery fee. Some of those fees are 5.99+.

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    3. Even if it’s a portion then my point stands. If there is 4 dollar delivery fee and the driver recieves $2 of it that’s money that covers their gas, insurance, and whatever else their bitching about.

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