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National Restaurant Association

The National Restaurant Association is the largest foodservice trade association in the world* — supporting over 500,000 restaurant businesses. In partnership with our state restaurant associations, we work every day to empower all restaurant owners and operators to achieve more than they thought possible.

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Webinar: Leveraging Technology to 'Weatherproof' Revenue in Challenging Times and Grow the Business

Sean Skuro, VP Finance & Accounting for Tender Greens, joins John Miller, director of Information Systems at White Castle in a panel discussion moderated by Kevin Steele, CTO of the National Restaurant Association.


Webinar: Returning to the Workplace: COVID-19 and the Federal Equal Employment Opportunity Laws

On July 14, Shannon Meade of the National Restaurant Association and Sharon Rennert of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission will address some of the biggest issues facing employers and employees as workplaces reopen.

Register now for this July 22 session on how to claim the Employee Retention Tax Credit, hosted by the National Restaurant Association.

The National Restaurant Association has once again updated guidelines to support safe on- and off-premises dining.

The Order Up podcast is going inside the Multicultural Foodservice & Hospitality Alliance to find out President and founder Gerry Fernandez’s top tips for building an equitable workforce, having tough conversations, and creating a culture of inclusivity.

The National Restaurant Association and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants developed an RRF Expense Tracker tool to help your track your use of funds to ensure they’re eligible.

A letter to state and local officials urges them to keep the restaurant industry at the forefront of their conversations about the recovery of their economies.  

Two officials from the U.S. Department of Treasury will discuss updates to the Employee Retention Tax Credit.

The event on April 22 will look at ongoing efforts to modify the minimum wage and the tip credit.

The resource answers questions about who is eligible, minimum and maximum grant amounts and more.

Attendees will learn how developing an understanding for cultural nuance can increase customer comfort, employee engagement and the bottom line. 

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