The medical practice where I work offers laser hair removal, which requires several treatments and costs between $275 US and $1,250 US per treatment depending on the size of the area being treated. A nice perk offered to employees is free laser hair removal which, as you can imagine, is wildly popular especially among our bikini-line-conscious employees.
My question regards compensation for the nurse who provides this service. She is paid by the hour, not per patient, so how much she makes does not depend on how many patients she treats. Normally, laser patients don't tip the nurse (probably because it is a medical setting as opposed to a spa setting) but, since I would be getting a very expensive treatment at no cost, I feel that I would like to give her *something*.
How should I handle this?