How Bartenders Make Money: A Guide for Tipping

How Bartenders Make Money: A Guide for Tipping

If you’re becoming a bartender, you have to have a strategy for getting tips. Hourly wages can reach as low as $2.13 at some establishments, which means bartenders need to compensate for this wage by getting money from clients. Some people think this is simply a matter of sweet-talking bar patrons. Over time, you’ll realize there are a number of tricks you can use to increase your tips. Rather than wait, we’ll let you in on some time-honored strategies.

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New Year’s Party Alcohol Safety Guide

New Year-s Party Alcohol Safety Guide

If you’re getting your bartender’s license, you need to be prepared for the holidays. New Year’s Eve is one of the biggest for bars: 47% of men binge drink during this holiday, along with 40% of women. Even worse, 27.3% of these men and 16.7% of these women get blackout drunk during the celebration.

That means big tips, but it also means you have a responsibility to your customers. There are many standard safety tips you’ll learn as part of your server education – not overserving people, making sure people aren’t drinking and driving, and so on – but below we’ll list a few of the things you need to keep in mind specifically for New Year’s Eve.

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Alcohol Safety Guide for Spring Break

As an online training company teaching state-approved alcohol training courses, we know the importance of responsibly serving alcohol to patrons. With our program, you’ll learn everything you need to know for your respective state by earning your certification or permit online at whatever pace works for you. We make it easy to earn your certification …

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