Preventing Employee Theft Year-Round
Employee theft can wreak irrevocable damage on a restaurant, not only in terms of morale but from a financial perspective too.
Considering that there are reports that 75 percent of all restaurant inventory shrinkage occurs as a result of employee theft, it’s a critical issue facing today’s restauranteurs. And since it’s not uncommon for an increase in employee theft — or theft in general — to occur around the holidays, now is a great time to double down on your prevention efforts.
Here are three ways that employee theft can occur and the best practices to prevent it year-round.
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