Many restaurateurs employ top-notch security systems, attend conferences, hire consultants and enforce rules to ensure a safe, crime-free workplace.But despite that degree of investment and focus, horrific crimes are defeating their best systems — especially with the rollout of more 24-hour locations.Since 2003, 341 restaurant employees and an unknown number of guests have been murdered on restaurant properties, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Although the number of deaths ...
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