You're literally complaining about customers refusing to be forced to tip and then claiming that you provide shitty service when the tip is lacking.LeisureSuitL wrote: ↑Jan 4th, 2019 12:32 pmAnd you sound like greedy and selfish. So? You will continue to be this way forever. My time as a delivery driver taught me that most people are decent, some people are awesome, and some people are shitty. I never saw "Improvement" in tipping, regardless of whether they got their delivery in 15 mins or 45 mins.
Same with good or great tippers. Usually that way from the get go, and always tipped the same. Always got better service.
Maybe you don't, or haven't had to deal with people. If your regular job had a pain in the ass customer that always argued for discounts and asked for extras (say, in the Purchase Order phase of a purchase), versus a customer that spent top dollar, no questions asked, and was always appreciative of the product and service. Who would you rather serve, and who would you simply put up with? The answer is simple, but you'd rather project your shitty personality on others, rather than looking in the mirror.
Tipping is a thing in Canada, deal with it. It will likely never go away. Be good or be shitty, be at least be balsy enough to own up to the kind of person you are. I wouldn't tip a plumber because they make $50 an hour and charge $150 an hour, same with a dentist.
When I had hair, I used to tip my barber. Sales associate doesn't spend 30 minutes at a time helping me and basically only me, so why would I tip them?
You are a terrible person. Stop blaming it on tipping.
Maybe look for a job where you get paid a fair wage and don't have to extort your customers to subsidize your wage. Maybe look for a job you can take pride in... one in which you enjoy doing the work because it's work you enjoy doing instead of basing your level of comptence and quality of work on the tip you receive.
Mandatory tipping AKA subsidizing wages for shitty employers will never go away as long as you keep supporting it.