NASHVILLE TENN. —Even as members of the Tennessee Restaurant Association scramble to cover a $4.8 million shortfall in a workers’ compensation fund that the state alleges was mismanaged by the group’s leader, other state restaurant organizations maintain that self-insured programs remain a practical business option. More than 560 restaurateurs across Tennessee were ordered by a judge in late January to pay money bolster the fund, which ...
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