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A glass tip jar sits next to a point-of-sale payment system screen displaying tip options at a coffee shop.

This holiday season, you might consider showing appreciation to service workers who you’ve developed a relationship with throughout the year by giving them a larger-than-usual tip or personalized gift.

A glass tip jar sits next to a point-of-sale payment system screen displaying tip options at a coffee shop.

This holiday season, you might consider showing appreciation to service workers who you’ve developed a relationship with throughout the year by giving them a larger-than-usual tip or personalized gift.

An etiquette coach explains how to tip properly this holiday season

As always, cash is king. But a thoughtful expression or personalized gift can go a long way, too.

This holiday season, you might consider showing appreciation to service workers who you’ve developed a relationship with throughout the year by giving them a larger-than-usual tip or personalized gift.

   

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. But, let’s face it, gift giving can be stressful. So how should you pass along goodwill and cheer to service and tipped workers — and what’s the standard?

Reset speaks with an etiquette coach about how to appropriately express your gratitude this season.

GUEST: Akilah Siti Easter, culture and etiquette coach


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