Topic: Inventory management
The solution to liquor losses and employee theft is adopting the correct mindset, then implementing procedures that deter it from occurring.
Excess inventory ties up capital better used elsewhere, uses valuable physical space, and can encourage theft.
You’re very likely wasting money by overspending a fortune on very avoidable expenses.
It’s mission critical to have an accurately counted and costed inventory if you ever want to maximize your profits. No inventory, no profits!
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