10 Countries Where Joe's Crab Shack's Tipping Ban Would Be Completely Normal
Waiters being paid hourly like other jobs is a revelation here in the states, but just another day in Korea?
Good service is expected in Japan and tipping can sometimes be seen as rude.
Tipping isn't expected at all in Korea. Sometimes 10% might be tacked on to a hotel bill, but tipping in the American way isn't at all expected.
England tends to include gratuity in the bill. You may want to hand a good server a bit of cash if they did a great job, but other than that it is not really expected.
The Swiss actually include the gratuity in the bill by law. You aren't going to be tipping your waiter for Swiss cheese anytime soon.
Tipping has not historically been normal down under. Recently, that trend has changed a bit but not enough to take it off this list.
Denmark actually pays their weight staff really well. They even get incredible benefits. No need to tip!
Brazil actually does not require tipping. Some places might suggest it, but it is not required or expected.
Belgium is much like Switzerland in its views on tipping. It is not required and actually is regulated by law.
Tipping isn't expected in the land of Lorde. However, service staff are not paid as well as in other tip-free countries. Maybe slip them a bill or two.
Nope! Not expected, but in some areas that deal with tourism it is appreciated.
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