These days, more and more people are feeling pressured to tip. A tip is usually required when receiving a service. However, other types of businesses use credit card readers making it easier for the consumer to leave a tip. For example, cash register touchpads flip to face the customer, presenting tip options. Customers can get confused about when and when not to tip in certain situations.
On Tuesday’s Toucher & Rich program—Rich, Dan Roche, and Ryan Johnston discuss the “tipping point.”