Food and Beverage Employee Theft

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Employee Theft


Read the attached document, A Night at the Restaurant. What is your reaction to this story? How is it possible in this scenario that Melissa made more money than the restaurant? Which of her actions would be considered employee theft? How common do you think these types of activities are? Why do employees steal from their employers? Use the internet or any other source to locate statistics concerning employee theft. How can management use this information to prevent or limit the activities of employees like Melissa?How

does this information change your perspective of employee theft?s.

 Staff Planning


After reading Chapter 14, respond to the following questions: Why is staff planning vital to success?  What competing interests need to be balanced when scheduling staff?  What are labor standards, and why are they critical to proper scheduling?  What factors can cause actual labor cost to deviate from standard costs?  

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