Here’s a number – 2,000. That’s how many donors we need this fall to stay on track. Can we count on you?
Free health care and a higher minimum wage in the U.K. means that there's less reliance on tips to make up workers' income.
Expectations around tipping have changed in the last several years. Here's what to know.
The workers currently earn $7 an hour on average. Starting in July, they'll make nearly $18 an hour before tips.
Replacing face-to-face service interactions with automation could change American tipping culture.
To promote equity and retain workers as the economy reopens, some restaurants are opting to forgo traditional gratuity models.
“A lot of workers are saying no, I refuse to go back and put my health at risk and my family's health at risk for $2, $3 or $4 an hour.”
Americans are more likely to tip people they interact with face-to-face than those that work more behind the scenes.
But the data doesn't paint the whole picture.