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Tips On Managing Tipping Overload For Small Businesses

Does your business rely or use tipping? Use these best practices to make sure you aren't contributing to the nation's tipping fatigue.

    Matt Sherman
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    Shelbi Wescott

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Key Takeaways
  1. Many consumers aren't tipping as much as they used to as more and more businesses are adding suggested gratuity and everyone is feeling overwhelmed and frustrated.
  2. Emphasizing a personal touch between your employees and customers can help increase tipping revenue. Ensure your employees are happy and dedicated to your business by not relying on tips for their income. Prioritize their well-being and commitment to foster a positive work environment.
Matt Sherman

Matt Sherman

Lead Staff Writer at Merchant Maverick
Matt has been helping small businesses make decisions since 2017. He has written reviews and articles across many different channels but specializes in the point of sale, payroll, and small business insurance categories and has been quoted in articles for Fox Business, Forbes, and other publications. Prior to joining Merchant Maverick, Matt was a journalist and editor for 14 years for a pair of weekly newspapers. He is a graduate of the University of Oregon and currently resides in Gladstone, Oregon.
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