As the leading not-for-profit business trade association committed solely to furthering Ohio's foodservice industry, the Ohio Restaurant Association (ORA) exists to help restaurants succeed.
Founded in 1920, the association is backed with more than 94 years of industry experience. Through our commitment, experience and expertise, the ORA is dedicated to the representation, education, assistance and promotion of Ohio's foodservice industry. This is why more than 2,400 companies, representing more than 5,000 locations in Ohio, invest in ORA membership.CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE »
Member News & Information
Health Care & Your Business: NRA Partners with eHealth for Health Insurance Enrollment of Nation’s Restaurant Industry Employees
The relationship offers tools and resources to restaurant employees looking to find coverage
On Mar. 17, 2014, the National Restaurant Association announced it is partnering with eHealth, Inc. to offer tools and resources to industry employees looking to find health insurance coverage.
Health Care & Your Business: Medium-sized Businesses Won’t Need to Provide Health Insurance Until 2016
The move provides restaurant operators more time to prepare for the responsibilities tied to the employer mandate
Some employers will receive relief under the Affordable Care Act's (ACA) employer mandate next year, the White House announced yesterday.
Workers' Compensation Plans Designed to Meet Your Needs
The ORA and CareWorks, its third-party administrator, possess foodservice industry experience that assist them in helping members navigate the complex world of Ohio’s workers’ compensation system, which is why they developed the ORA Workers’ Compensation plans. With many aspects from which to choose, there is a plan that's right for your business. To learn more, CLICK HERE.
Health Care & Your Business
The ORA understands that our members will be impacted by the upcoming changes in health care. With this in mind, the association is committed to providing up-to-date information designed to help members comply with the changes outlined in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA).