Does Including Gratuity Guidelines Affect Restaurant Tipping Behavior?

Abstract (Via Seiter & Brownlee)

This study examined the role of gratuity guidelines on tipping behavior in restaurants. When diners were finished with their meals, they were given checks that either did or did not include calculated examples informing them what various percentages of their bill would amount to. Results indicated that parties who received the gratuity examples left significantly higher tips than did those receiving no examples. These results and their implications are discussed.

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15. February 2011 by Miguel Barbosa
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