do you tip gas station attendants in nj

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  • Do you tip at gas stations?

  • Especially these days of poor service at most gas stations. It is not like it used to be in the 50’s when 3 or 4 happy smiling attendants would voluntarily come out and check your oil and main fluids, clean all glass, pump your gas and refuse a tip. We must pump our own gas in most places these days, and I prefer it that way.

  • How much can you tip an employee in New Jersey?

  • New Jersey allows employers to take a tip credit of up to $7.87 an hour. Employers must pay tipped employees a cash wage of at least $3.13 an hour.

  • Do you tip when pumping gas in Oregon?

  • Anecdotally, in all the times I’ve been in Oregon and New Jersey, I have never seen or heard of anyone tipping the attendant simply for pumping gas, except to leave them the change when paying cash (I have not used a full-serve pump anywhere else in the US or Canada in over 20 years, and cannot even think of where to find one).

  • Should you tip a filling station attendant?

  • Tipping a filling station attendant is not generally expected in the United States or Canada. Some guides flatly deny it is ever expected, though others acknowledge there is disagreement on the matter.

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