CRMBC adds another member to bolster workers' comp strategies

It has a workforce of 400 and operates four establishments

CRMBC adds another member to bolster workers' comp strategies

Workers Comp

By Kenneth Araullo

The California Restaurant Mutual Benefit Corporation (CRMBC) has welcomed the Tahoe Restaurant Group (TRG) as its latest member.

TRG operates four establishments in resort communities and has a workforce of 400. The company is known for its family-friendly, full-service casual dining.

A CRMBC press release noted that the transition signifies a move towards a more customized and efficient approach to managing workers’ compensation necessities.

Ray Villaman, the proprietor of TRG, highlighted the decisive factors for opting for CRMBC over conventional workers’ compensation solutions.

“We were drawn to CRMBC’s hands-on approach in explaining the benefits of self-insurance and their willingness to audit our premises, create safety programs, and provide transparency in rate quotations,” Villaman said.

He praised CRMBC’s shared focus on mutual objectives and excellence in safety, stating it resonates well with TRG’s vision.

Meanwhile, Kaya Stanley, CEO of CRMBC, shared enthusiasm for the collaboration, noting its alignment with CRMBC’s goals. Stanley praised TRG’s industry reputation and the shared emphasis on employee progression and safety, which mirrors CRMBC’s objectives.

“Tahoe Restaurant Group’s membership reinforces our commitment to supporting restaurant operators needing innovative solutions tailored to their unique challenges,” Stanley said. “TRG’s decision to join us indicates a growing trend among discerning operators seeking more control and transparency in their workers’ compensation strategies.”

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