Several high-end restaurants have implemented "no tip" policies. Instead of patrons leaving a tip at the end of the meal, these restaurants have increased their food prices by 15% to then pay their wait staff a higher salary.
In this brief — yet lively — video discussion, our experts ask: Could a tip-less system work everywhere?
What about you, readers? Do you think doing away with tipping could work on a larger scale? Or is it doomed to fail? Tell us what you think in the comments below!
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