Restaurants add banking to benefits bill of fare

Davolt, Steve
April 2006
Employee Benefit News;Apr2006, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p1
Provides information on the discount banking program developed by the National Restaurant Association (NRA) for the benefit of the employees of its 41,000 member restaurant companies. Statement issued by Todd Mann, NRA senior vice president for business development, about the initiative; Significance of the program in reducing the cost of recruiting and retraining employees; Services offered by the program to restaurant workers, including free online banking.


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