International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) is the indie non-profit professional association to provide the growing field of business analysis. Through a global network, IIBA links Members, Chapters, Corporations and Partners throughout the world to advance the business analysis job by uniting a community of professionals to generate better business results. The South African section (IIBA-SA) is present within the broader framework and goals of IIBA, but focuses more specifically on the needs of the South African community of professional Business Analysts. It is active in both Gauteng and the Western Cape regions.
For restaurants, confirming would be onerous but controllable. A bigger concern would arise if the CRA insisted that restaurants withhold tax from credit cards tips. That could mean the end money was considered income and the restaurant would also have to pay payroll fees on the tip money. In a low-margin business, this might be difficult for most and fatal for some without a new business model.
There are multiple reasons to build up alternatives to tipping and change is probably inevitable. But the industry continues to be coming to grips using what that future may look like. Today I found this informative article by Liane Faulder in the Edmonton Journal. Sept. 11, 2016 TV and real life: I needed to add to the “my week” part in the “From the Ashes” (Sept.
- Robert van Tongeren, Restart Your Style
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