The actions of an employee are not attributable to the employer if the employer has not directly or indirectly encouraged the employee to vi

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The actions of an employee are not attributable to the employer if the employer has not directly or indirectly encouraged the employee to violate a law and if

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2022-04-07T12:14:38+00:00 2 Answers 0

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  1. Eva
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    2022-04-07T12:15:57+00:00

    This comes from the Texas
    Alcoholic Beverage Code. According to the Code the employer is not responsible
    in three cases. Firstly, if they provided a seller training program that was approved
    by the commission. Secondly, if the employees actually went and successfully
    attended the program and thirdly, if the employer did not suggest or encourage
    the employee to break the law.

  2. Amara
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    2022-04-07T12:16:08+00:00

    What is meant by the question is Safe Harbor, which is:n

    Require employees to become certified sellers/servers providing “Safe Harbor” for the permit recipient.n

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    Further explanationn

    What is “Safe Harbor”?n

    If an employee sells or serves alcoholic drinks to non-private club members, minors or drunk people, the employee’s actions cannot be attributed to the employer if:n

    • the employer requires its employees to attend the seller’s training program approved by the commissionn
    • employees actually attend such training programs, andn
    • the employer does not directly or indirectly encourage employees to violate these lawsn

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    What does this mean?n

    Require employees to become certified sellers/servers to provide “safe ports” for the permit recipient. If all employees are certified sellers/servers, the alcoholic beverage license permit may be protected from fines, suspensions or cancellations.n

    Other benefits may include:n

    • reduce the cost of liability insurancen
    • more knowledgeable and responsible employeesn
    • become a more responsible member of your communityn

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    The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC) is a state agency in the United States that regulates all phases of the alcoholic beverage industry in Texas. The duties of the commission include regulating sales, taxation, importation, manufacturing, transportation, and advertising of alcoholic drinks.n

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    TABC collects more than $ 300 million per year in taxes and fees, which helps finance state public schools, local governments, research, human services, and other areas where the state government provides services for all Texans.n

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    Learn Moren

    Safe Harbor https://brainly.com/question/4316039n

    TABC https://brainly.com/question/9993248n

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    Detailn

    Class: Middle Schooln

    Subjects: Healthn

    Keyword: Safe Harbor, TABC, Employees

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