‘Truly, Allah has cursed alcohol and has cursed the one who produces it, the one for whom it is produced, the one who drinks it, the one who serves it, the one who carries it, the one for whom it is carried, the one who sells it, the one who earns from the sale of it, the one who buys it, and the one for whom it is bought’.
(Reported by al-Tirmidhi and Ibn Majah, on reliable authority).
It is clear from the above that a Muslim may not import or export alcoholic drinks; or own or work in a place that sells them.
You know better than I that the hospitality industry covers a wide range of sectors and business, and includes travel and tourism; sport and leisure; gaming; hotels, pubs and restaurants.
You work in Human Resources (so did I) and so do not earn your living by selling alcohol to customers directly. You are paid to provide HR services, and nothing more.
Narrated by Abu Huraira:
The Prophet said, "An adulterer, at the time he is committing illegal sexual intercourse is not a believer; and a person, at the time of drinking an alcoholic drink is not a believer; and a thief, at the time of stealing, is not a believer."
Sahih Bukhari: Volume 7, Book 69, Number 484
A thief at the time of stealing is not a believer. Anyone who gives assistance to a thief at the time of stealing is guilty, by association, of that very theft; and is therefore not a believer.
If one gives (or sells) an alcoholic drink to another and that person then drinks it; while he is drinking, both the giver and the drinker become unbelievers.
If your company earns money (any amount of money at all) through the sale of alcohol, then all who work for it, and who - by their services - enable it to function are guilty by association.
Essentially, this is what is being said in the two Hadith I have quoted. It is up to you to reflect on them; and to decide how you respond.
May Allah (Subḥānahu wa Ta'Ala) guide you to the correct decision. He knows best.