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[…] Study: How You’re Dressed May Determine Quality Of Service At Restaurant […]
Wowww, you mean to tell me that if you dress nicely, other people tend to treat you with more respect?
And if it’s 102F here and I dress for that (shorts and loose pullover shirt) the service had better be the same as if we’re in our after church clothes. If not, the tip suffers and the wait staff are the losers. Service is the job, not the response. If the service is good the tip is good; if the service is bad, so is the tip. And if the service sucks for a couple of trips, the trips stop altogether. The wait staff can do as they please, but they best remember it’s the person that leaves the tip; not the suit or otherwise “nice” clothes.
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I dress casually and I tip well.
Dress for the occasion. It shows good taste and respect for an establishment
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