Tip Jar at Subway?!

b_sinning

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It's not like they come to my table and take my order and bring that stuff to me. They are already paid to do their job. They aren't really sandwhich artist. If they aren't paid enough, then learn how to do something more than make sandwhiches and get a better fucking job. If I'm expected to tip them for doing their job can I take money out of the tip jar if they suck and won't stop bullshitting with other co-workers long enough to listen to what the hell I want on my sandwhich?


Where in the hell is good customer service now days? I'm not asking you to kiss my ass just to do your fucking job.
 

b_sinning

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I just emailed their corporate office bitching about it. I work hard at my job and provide awesome customer service and never ask for a fucking tip to do my job. That's a requirement of my job.


I was at Gap the other day picking up some stuff for my son and the cashier was too busy paying his credit card bill to ring me up. I stood their for 10 minutes with the clerk ignoring the line of customers so he could fumble with his check book trying to pay a bill. I should have wrote down his social and checking account number that he read out in front of us and went somewhere else and used that info to buy my son some clothes. I'm just tired that everywhere I've gotten lately the customer service has been horrible and they act like I'm lucky they took a moment out of thir busy life to do their job. And then they wonder and bitch about the fact they have shit jobs.
 

DirkPhoenix

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b_sinning said:
I just emailed their corporate office bitching about it. I work hard at my job and provide awesome customer service and never ask for a f*cking tip to do my job. That's a requirement of my job.


I was at Gap the other day picking up some stuff for my son and the cashier was too busy paying his credit card bill to ring me up. I stood their for 10 minutes with the clerk ignoring the line of customers so he could fumble with his check book trying to pay a bill. I should have wrote down his social and checking account number that he read out in front of us and went somewhere else and used that info to buy my son some clothes. I'm just tired that everywhere I've gotten lately the customer service has been horrible and they act like I'm lucky they took a moment out of thir busy life to do their job. And then they wonder and bitch about the fact they have sh*t jobs.
I think the day is long gone that people who have shit jobs actually believe in "customer service." It's a disposable job they have; they don't like it, go to another shit job. It's the people that actually have to keep their shit jobs that care.
 

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DirkPhoenix said:
Think of it as "courteous socialism." Instead of the usual "I have a sh*t job, pay me" it's "I have a sh*t job, but if you think I did a good job, pay me please."
But who can tell the difference between a shitty made subway sandwhich and a good one? Not I...
 
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Drool-Boy said:
With quiznos around who needs subway?
And quiznos doesnt try to jew me for a tip.

The quiznos out my way has some outrageously giant tip jar. It takes absolutely no talent or people skills to make a sandwich. They shouldn't get tips.
 
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smileynev

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They put tip jars everywhere. I don't think I've ever put money into a tip jar. If the jar exists, that means that the person looking for the tips has never had to come close enough to me to receive a tip in person. In which case whatever they are doing is probably not worth a tip
 

tre

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fuck that, they're "sandwich artists". maybe their art will be worth more when they're dead.
 
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I will admit to tipping some of the cute girls working at Starbucks every now and then. I tried stuffing the dollar down their pants but that led to some...unpleasantness.