Ep. 026 – “Last Call’ – Best Practices
The conclusion of a night of revelry is often signaled by the “last call,” a critical juncture for both hospitality staff and patrons. While it marks the end of the workday for employees, for customers, it is the last opportunity to indulge in the evening’s festivities. However, if not managed correctly, it can also be a time of heightened risk, leading to potential legal issues and liability.
In this informative podcast, experts Robert C. Smith and Manny Marquez explore the best practices for ensuring a safe and seamless conclusion to the evening’s activities. Their insightful discussion offers valuable advice and strategies for effective communication with customers, managing patron behavior, and promoting responsible consumption. If you have recommendations or insights on this crucial subject, we invite you to share them with us in the comments section below.
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Important – Robert C. Smith and Manny Marquez are NOT attorneys. The information they share in this podcast is general advice and should not replace a legal professional’s advice. Consult a legal professional in your area for specific local and state requirements and limitations.
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