National Be Kind To Food Servers Month
You’re always being served by someone in the food service industry when you visit a restaurant, no matter if it’s McDonald’s, or a fancy 5-star restaurant.
They make eating out a joy. They bring happiness and joy to our families and ensure that everyone has a great time.
January is Be Kind to Food Servers Month. This month, you can enjoy a meal out with your family and leave a tip to show appreciation for those who made it possible.
A tragic history has been written about the role of food servers in recent years. They are some of the most hardworking people in the country, and they work in all levels of society, from McDonald’s to Ritzy five-star restaurants. It is legal to pay them much less than the minimum wage. The idea being that they will tip the difference. Sometimes, it is possible for the employer to not pay any wage. The entire payroll will be covered by you, their tipping customer.
The Department of Labor established Be Kind to Food Servers month to raise awareness about this issue and encourage people to reach deeper into their pockets to help food servers make ends meet.
Be Kind to Food Servers Month can be celebrated by tipping more than the 15% minimum. Show your appreciation for the hard work of food servers by going out to eat at your favorite restaurant and tipping more than the 15%.
Although it is often overlooked by customers, the server must manage the entire environment to ensure that your experience is pleasant. You can show your appreciation by giving gift certificates to favorite restaurants or to places where they can purchase great shoes for work.
Food Servers shoes can be their best friend at work, and save them from all the pain. You have the opportunity to show kindness to food servers month.