Tipping reflects on you
Traveling during the holidays means hotels, restaurants, and airports. But, it also means using services that require you to tip.
Etiquette expert Michelle Hollander says tipping is a reflection on you, your business, or your company. Hollander says there are easy ways to make sure you are tipping correctly. She recommends tipping $5 per bag at the hotel or airport, tip off of the total price for a hair cut, and always tip.
Hollander says not tipping is very rude. She recommends tipping 20% for good service at a restaurant and tipping 15% for bad service. Hollander says you have to be careful when tipping, because people always remember a bad tipper.