Colleen O. Elements Louisville East
“Gratuities and tipping can be confusing in any manufacture. Do I tip? How much should I leave? Is it insulting to the therapist?
“When our patients request we said about the standard tip-off is 15% -2 0% of our walk-in rate, but there is no pressure. Although healers do attending school and are licensed professionals, tip-off is very much a standard part of the industry. Therapist at Factor are paid a professional wage for their services but always recognize any tips-off that are left for them.”
Brian S. Elements West Plano
“Massage regiman is a service industry just like eats away at a eatery, and gratuities are considered as part of our offer really the same as a attendant or waitress. What further complicates tipping is that in some European country level the Far East , no tipping is expected as the service provider monies their staff at a higher rate to compensate for the lack of tipping.
“Bottom line: We hope your experience at Part is such that you would want to add a bonu for our hard work and faithfulnes, without the higher cost of a discussion built in.”
Deleashia A. Elements Centennial
“Tips are very, very much appreciated. They help out a good deal and we too will vary depending on them for part of our income.”
Kristine D. Elements Westford
“The short and simple explanation is yes. However, the amount is always up to the client. Overall, if the massage was completely unsatisfactory, then tipping is not possible. But explain why the rub was not up to your standards. Feedback — both positive and negative — can really help a healer fine-tune their techniques.”
Nicole T. Elements Acton
“You are by no means obligated to tip. However, rub rehabilitation is a service industry just like eating at a diner or going your mane done. Massage therapists do rely on gratuities to help pay their bills.”
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