How Tipping Is Done In Different Places.
Workers who are used to receiving tips in America surprise many visitors. They are left wondering on the amount of tip they are supposed to give. This has resulted from some Americans who visit other countries and give tips excessively. To avoid any social embarrassment, it is good to research on tipping etiquette.
How to tip in the UK.
The Britons do not tip a lot like the Americans. Tips are mainly made of the restaurants, bars, and clubs. A customer who fails to tip in these areas is considered as one who was not satisfied by the service. Tips are usually added on the service cost, especially in some cases such as organized parties. This serves as a tip. One would be considered as rude if he or she fails to pay that tip.
Tipping is not expected in some cases, such as a taxi service. Tipping in this form is usually done casually, such as by rounding off the amount to a near denomination that is higher. Other than the hotels, tipping is not required in a big way. A hairdresser, for example, does not require a tip in a big way. You can, however, tell the service provider to keep change.
Tipping in Italy.
Italy has professional services in restaurants. on the other hand, there is no tipping culture in Italy. You will rarely find an Italian using an online tipping calculator. This is even with the good services. One might, however, round off the bill due to generosity, or if it is convenient to do so. The workers rarely way for a tip. The reason why tipping is considered not to be a culture in Italy is that being a waiter is considered a professional job with a good pay. The professionalism of the waiters in Italy make them know how to give a service in the best way without expecting a tip.
Tipping in India.
India has developed and get many Europe and USA visitors. The tipping practice was not there before in India, but the visits has increased this. When the service is excellent in India, you give a tip of about 5 and 10 percent.
In Japan, people who have good services retreated with respect, but are rarely given tips. Since many people in Japan are exposed to the Western Culture, tipping is not considered as an offence.
Tipping in South America.
Expected tips in South America are usually added to the bill. The tip might be 10 to 15 percent depending on the place.