In the festive season such as Christmas and New Year, apart from shopping malls, one of the businesses that have the most demand are restaurants and the staff that make it up to provide good service, made up of chefs and, of course, waiters.
That is why diners pay a lot of attention not only to demand good service, but also to compensate such a demanding job with a good tip. It may be that many of you who engage in this work will differ on this based on your experience. However, you need to know the story of a young waitress who received a good tip and a very nice note from her customers.
This is Tayler Sullivan, from Kansas, United States, who after serving a large table with 22 diners who gathered to celebrate a festive meal, received an incentive of $2,200 as a gift not only for his kind attention, but also due to Christmas Eve.
I brought the bill and all the family and friends started pulling out their phones, they pulled out a huge amount of money, it was like, ‘How?’ Every year over Christmas break we all take out $100, so we’re going to let you keep all the money.
However, Tayler felt it was important to share that tip with her fellow diners, as she considers them part of her family and wanted them to have a good Christmas too, if only a little.
In addition, she added that the extra bonus that she has left will go to savings to buy a car or move house. Finally, the young woman pointed out that by giving her this incentive, the family of diners told her to “enjoy her Christmas and that they hoped that everything would turn out well for her.”
It is true that, on many occasions, customer service tends to be exhausting, especially when our work is not valued, but it is gratifying to know that there are clients who can compensate for the hard times that others put us through.
In addition, it is gratifying that there are those who still have the good concept of sharing at Christmas time.