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The Complete Idiot's Guide to Meeting and Event Planning, 2nd Edition by Robin E. Craven, Lynn Johnson Golabowski

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Chapter 25
It’s Not Over ’Til It’s Over
In This Chapter
• Discover why you must always double-check your master bill
• Learn some tips on tipping
• Learn what goes into your meeting’s final report
• Understand some of the ethical dilemmas planners face
 
Just when you think the meeting is over and you’re done, you realize there’s still quite a bit of wrap-up to do.
In this chapter, we focus on tying up the loose ends, paying bills, tabulating evaluations, tipping, and generating reports. We also talk about ethics. Ethics defines behavior, and it influences many of the planning decisions we make.

Paying the Bills

We recommend that you sign off on your banquet checks and review all charges to your meeting or event master account every day. You ...

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