For some small businesses, there might only be one employee working at any given point during business hours. If this is the case, all of your employees absolutely have to have access to the keys to unlock the bottle locks. They can’t very well tell a customer they are unable to sell certain items because they do not have access to the control key.
For other liquor stores, there might be a bigger decision regarding who can have an access key and who can’t.
If you are working with a larger crew, then you might want to further enhance your bottle security by limiting who can access the keys for the bottle locks. If you give them just to managers or store key holders, your bottle security gets even tighter. You are providing further control over your bottle locks.
Some things to consider are the manager’s current expected workload. If you have outlined every second of your manager’s day with other important tasks, can there be a reasonable expectation that every time a bottle is sold with an EASy Bottle lock on it, the manager can come to unlock it? Or will they have to take their time to get to the register, causing irritation to your customers?
Either path you choose needs to have a clear outline of the expectations each key holder will be held accountable to, ensuring success with your bottle locks.
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