What kind of tip would you leave in this situation?

My shift leader (manager) makes a lot of pizzas. During a lunch he gets roughly 8 to 12 an hour. i get 5.50 an hour plus tips to deliver pizzas. When there are caters he gets to take the extras and he steals some of mine. He says that he don't think that i would have been back on time to take them. When the Manager is there he feels that i should tip him 3.00 a day when i have caters. I work two slow days a week and a third on friday with him. there is another driver who work two busier days and a friday with him. i feel that he should not get the tips because he is getting to select his deveries when i am on a delivery. he gets his better salary, more better hours, more hours (pay) to make the pizzas, gets the overflow of deliveries, steals our deliveries and does not have to do the crappy side work that drivers have to do. His deliveries are closer to the store. When days are slow i suffer and he doesn't. Does he deserve a tip? How?

Asked By: mv3 - 9/29/2007
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What?! First off unless you are required to tip him your manager should not be suggesting you tip him. This guy is taking on more jobs so he should naturally be making more money anyway but not from you. You aren't asking him to take more jobs, you arents asking him to steal your jobs, and you definitely didn't ask to... More
Answered By: Rainey - 9/29/2007
Additional Answers (7)
No he does not. he can earn them himself. keep yours.
Answered By: Mel - 9/29/2007
Answered By: traveller - 9/29/2007
No he doesn't. Speak to his boss if this continues to be a problem.
Answered By: Luleys mum - 9/29/2007
You are not supposed to share your tips. He's also stealing some of your deliveries. That's your money, he has a manager too- go over his head and complain about it.
Answered By: kivrin9 - 9/29/2007
You call it a tip, because people are paying for your service. There is no such thing for sharing a tip.
Answered By: RBK - 9/29/2007
Get another job. This issue can't be resolved in your favor.
Answered By: lpaganus - 9/29/2007
Of course not. You should go to the district supervisor and 'ask' them what their policy is on giving tips to managers. If you're not supposed to, then report your manager. He could be fired for doing this. If after you report him, he gives you crappy deliveries, you can report him again. Or quit.
Answered By: stevemeister - 9/29/2007
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