Reno, NV – EMPLOYERS recently announced that it has been chosen as a workers’ compensation preferred provider for the Colorado Restaurant Association (CRA). The program offers a variety of benefits and resources to CRA members, including an 8-percent policy credit on workers’ compensation through EMPLOYERS’s nationwide network of independent insurance agents.
Teaming up with the CRA was a natural progression in building out EMPLOYERS’ relationships, which include nine restaurant and hospitality associations nationwide. As their most-insured industry, EMPLOYERS invests heavily in restaurant and hospitality scholarship programs, education, and other support efforts year-round.
Members of the CRA can also take advantage of EMPLOYERS’ small business and risk advisory resources, which include programs designed to keep employees safe, reduce costs, and increase business profitability. One example is Loss Control Connection℠, which gives policyholders access to training materials and templates for human resource kits, wellness resources, and more, so small business owners can focus more on running their business.
“We are happy to establish an alliance with the Colorado Restaurant Association, allowing us to provide resources and support that will help small business owners keep their employees safe. Growing these relationships with the CRA and similar associations across the country shows our commitment to providing small business owners with the peace of mind they’re seeking as they work to run and expand their businesses,” said Katherine Antonello, CEO and President of EMPLOYERS.
“We are excited to offer our members access to one of the highest rated workers’ compensation insurance providers on the market. Their agents are experts and will give our members the peace of mind they need to ensure their employees are safe on the job,” said Sonia Riggs, President and CEO of the Colorado Restaurant Association.