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As a busy restaurant operator, think of TRA's restaurant membership as your trusted advisor and resource when navigating your business. We can provide legal resources, training and certification for you and your staff, advocacy representation, operations support, and community engagement as part of your membership. There is strength in numbers – joining the TRA pledges your support to the foodservice and restaurant industry.
In partnership with Governor Abbott’s Public Safety Office, the Texas network of Family and Youth Success Programs, and Favor Delivery, the Texas Restaurant Association is supporting a new initiative designed to keep Texas restaurants in the business of making food and providing it to families who need it most.
The new Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (“CARES Act”)is on track to be signed by President Trump in the coming days. This is a comprehensive document with 850 pages of text that will provide some much needed relief for restaurants and their employees. Listen in as Emily Williams Knight, Ed.D., President and CEO of the Texas Restaurant Association as she goes live to review the high-level points of the Act.
Listen in as the Texas Workforce Commission's employment law attorneys answer questions from restaurant owners about how to manage unemployment claims for their employees during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The impact of Coronavirus or COVID-19 has been swift and staggering, and TRA has been working around the clock to fight for Texas restaurants, and we have some important updates.
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