MRA’s participation in the proceedings reflects its belief that the establishment of any minimum wage is a matter clearly reserved for state law and, further, that in order for Missouri to attract and retain job opportunities for its citizens, our state needs one consistent standard for wages and benefits
The Department of Labor’s long-anticipated final rule, handed down May 18, 2016, directing which salaried employees must receive overtime pay when working more than 40 hours in a workweek becomes effective December 1, 2016
Three St. Louis area restaurants were selected to receive the prestigious Restaurant Neighbor Award by the National Restaurant Association to recognize a select group of America’s restaurants that go above and beyond the call of duty in service to their local community.
The results of the November 2016 elections will significantly impact our industry and our nation. At all levels of government, restaurants face legislative and regulatory challenges. Our industry must respond with a vigorous and united voice. Your attendance moves the process along.
Since its beginning, MRA has been led by an outstanding group of men and women selected by our Board of Directors to serve as the Association’s president. MRA would not have been able to accomplish its vital mission of service to the restaurant industry without their dedicated and skillful leadership.