I was recently talking with a good friend who waits tables part time. She was venting because the waitstaff at the restaurant where she works is required to tip out the general manager. The GM often works the bar, so he is already making tips from the bar customers. While my friend has no problems tipping out staff who help her, like bartenders, hosts, and bussers, she did not feel it was fair for a salaried worker to take tips,especially when waitstaff in Maine make less than $4.00 an hour. What do you think? Should the waitstaff have to tip out general management, who are on salary? Share your thoughts at the Restauranting Forum.