It turns out it is surprisingly easy for a restaurant to lose its liquor license. For a recent example, look at the case of a Chili's in East Haven that had its liquor license suspended for one day and had to pay a fine for serving alcohol to a minor. While a one-day suspension may not sound too bad, restaurant owners still need to be vigilant because one mistake could lead to a permanent loss of license.
Business owners and upper-tier company executives in Connecticut enterprises obviously covet managers that are fast thinking and proactive in responding to workplace challenges.
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Reportedly, more than 40 million independent workers run diverse businesses across the United States. That spans enterprises from bakeries, laundromats and auto garages to furniture movers, tax-preparation outlets and convenience stores.