I just left the smallest percentage of a tip that I have ever left…
…in all services, the value of the services provided are interpreted by the consistency of the said services
Example 1: You order your food and drink from a waitress or waiter that never asks you if you need anything. You find yourself looking at your drink empty, and your food comes out cold, late, or incorrect. You might blame the server. This is a typical incorrect assumption, an organization is responsible for supplying bad service. typically consumers blame the last one in a long line of providers on bad service.
Example 2: You order a drink and food..the waitress or waiter never asks you if you need anything. But you find that when your drink is empty..someone shows up and fills it, your food comes out hot, and correct. You might second guess at tip time, that your waitress or waiter wasn’t waiting hand over foot on you. Thus tip the server a normal tip amount or less.
Example 3: You order services, your services are typical. the food is warm, drinks were available, but only available when the server showed up as asked if you needed anything. This server constantly bothered you, whether or not your glass was half empty or half full in your mind. At tip time, you will remember all the times the server asked your table if “you need anything?”
Example 4: Your order service, and anytime you ask for service you get it. Need a drink refill, you get it without asking for it. Order food, it comes out without worry.
Example 4 is the signs of good service, you cannot expect that a service to focus soley on you…but a service that is there to give you just lip service is not a good server
…tumblr is a good example of service provided a one’s lip…
AT&T provides great, undropped, fast, solid service. I have heard horror stories about AT&T…but i have been on AT&T, but without a iPhone and haven’t experienced anything but good service…as long as i do not call them for anything..;)…i have never had to call them but once in almost a year straight.
I have a team of offshore developers i manage that if i ask for something..they jump to it…They never give me what I ordered or on time..But they are eager to provide services, whenever I ask..sometimes numerously I have to ask for the same thing…but my drink is always half empty..and my food is not what I ordered..and it came out to long for me to care about what I actually ordered…as friendly and as warm as they might be..they fail..over and over again
a service provider should be a ghost that fills my needs whenever I need them..before having to ask, judge, or plee