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Split tips based on hours worked To split servers' tips based on hours worked, add up the total amount of tips and then divide that figure by the total hours worked. Then, multiply THAT figure by the hours an individual server worked. Here's an example: Your employees earned a total of $1,000.
Split tips based on hours worked To split servers' tips based on hours worked, add up the total amount of tips and then divide that figure by the total hours worked. Then, multiply THAT figure by the hours an individual server worked. Here's an example: Your employees earned a total of $1,000.
In many restaurants, servers are required to pool 20100% of their tips to be divided up by the manager and then distributed amongst the bartender, bus people, hostess, runners and other support staff. The division is usually done on a percentage basis.
Move the decimal point in your pretax bill one place to the left to get $5.375 from $53.75. Round up to the next easy number: $5.40. Double that number to get $10.80, which is 20% of your original bill.
Tip poolingthe practice of requiring all tipped employees to contribute a certain amount of their tips into one collective pool which is then divided evenly among that group of employeesis one of the several ways that restaurants approach making sure that staff receives a fair wage.
Expo should be paid something decent hourly, plus tipped from FOH, along the lines of a busser. Expo is sort of this silly FOH tipped, BOH pay position because it is so important to both. He also gets cut immediately after last dinner or dessert or whatever.
Those percentages are fairly generous compared to other restaurants, but can work when tickets are high and when there are relatively few servers aided by each busser or bartender. A general rule of thumb is to expect overall tip outs of about 20-30%.
Tipping out means that waitstaff and bartenders collect tips throughout their shifts, and before clocking off, distribute a percentage of their tips to hosts, bussers, runners, the kitchen staff and anyone else who helped them throughout the night without receiving tips.
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