A Few Rules to Remember When You Go Out
While most of these are for the service industry this can be applied to retail as well. I see so many people being so awful to other people and I don't understand why. A little kindness can make someone's day.
- •Without them you couldn't enjoy your night out, vacation, dinner or shopping trip.
- •Please and thank you go a long way
- •Snapping your fingers or waving your arms obnoxiously will not get your server/bartender/sales associate over to you any faster. In fact it may take them longer because of it.
- •Having some empathy and understanding that everyone is going through shit and sometimes people have off days
- •Trying to score free stuff - whether it be drinks or free food is never a good idea.
- •A little bit of kindness goes a long
- •If you want something extra be prepared to pay for it. Prices aren't set by the workers - it's set by mangers. And they can't change them.
- •People can tell when you feel superior to them. So don't.Suggested by @biz
- •Holding the door for someone is just a nice thing to do.Suggested by @katherinelee
- •Moreover, even if you're friends with the bartender/bouncer/server, don't feel entitled to free stuff or extra attention. This is their place of work, respect that.Suggested by @racytracee