How Does Your Store Measure Up Against Best Practices?
We Card has a set of 16 best practices We Card’s Guide to Best Practices is designed to help you establish a comprehensive program for your store to identify and deny underage purchase attempts of age-restricted products.
From the right type of training program and understanding the federal and state laws to using in-store tools and having a written company policy (that’s communicated to every employee).
Since 1996, We Card has researched and evaluated the best training and education services to assist retailer businesses in their efforts to prevent age-restricted product sales to minors. We compiled everything we learned from studies, testimonials, surveys, real-life experiences, and more into the We Card’s Guide to Best Practices to make it as comprehensive as possible.
It’s available as a free download here – just take our brief anonymous survey that helps you zero in on the best practices best suited for your store, and then, download our guide.
By implementing best practices and processes within your company and at the store level, you will establish successful strategies followed by retailers nationwide to prevent underage tobacco and vaping product sales and improve compliance performance.
Our Guide not only details each best practice, but we provide you with “What you can do” – a set of easy steps and directions to resources to implement them all.
Here are just a few of the 16 best practices and some previously written specialized articles on each one:
- Best Practice #6:
Simulate Difficult Situations That Occur at the Point-Of-Sale
See Practice Makes Perfect: A Prepared and Confident Employee
- Best Practice #8:
Provide Employees with Age Verification Tools & Practice Using Them
See I Thought They Were Old Enough To Buy
- Best Practice #9:
Be On Guard for Adult-For-Underage Youth Purchases
See Where Do Those Underage Get Tobacco and Vapor Products?
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