I am going to start answering questions from my readers. So, if you have anything you want to ask - ask away - I will be brutally honest.
My first one comes from Brad
Just a question regarding the blank tip dilemma, since again as an aussie tipping is not big in the culture.
Could you not have raised the issue with your supervisor and seen if there is anything in policy already in the case of someone leaving the tip section blank?
As you pointed out, if they didn't want to leave a tip they would likely have crossed out the section (unless they didn't notice it of course) so perhaps it was possible to add a tip if given the ok by your boss?
I totally wish I could just talk to the boss and write in the tip. 100 out of 100 people can agree with me and think that I'm right and the guy can even tell me to give myself a big tip, but legally, it would be fraud or something like that because I wrote it in and it's not my card. He has to write it in. So, thanks for asking.