5 ways to safeguard your restaurant's cash

07/5/2011 | FastCasual.com

Restaurants often make at least one of the five most common mistakes when it comes to protecting the cash in the safe, writes security expert D.B. "Libby" Libhart. Leaving the safe unlocked, sharing combinations and giving keys and codes to unauthorized people can increase the risk of theft, writes Libhart, who advises eateries to use electronic safes that let each user have an individual key and PIN code.

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