Texas Roadhouse CEO Gives Up Salary and Bonus To Pay Employees

Daniel Fowler
March 29, 2020

Taylor has announced that he will be giving up his pay for the rest of the year to pay the "front-line workers" of his restaurants.

The spokesperson additionally reported that the quantity donated from Taylor's base wage and bonus will quantity to "slightly below $1 million".

A spokesperson for the eating place chain showed to The Hill that W. Kent Taylor, who could also be the corporate's co-founder, agreed to forego his pay from March 18 to January 7, 2021, to assist staff who're feeling the squeeze. "His donation of his salary and bonus to help employees is the embodiment of that saying", he added. One company that is trying to help their employees as much as they can is Texas Roadhouse.

The Texas Roadhouse located on East Edgewood Boulevard in Lansing is now offering residents their "TO-GO" Service.

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Taylor started the business in 1993.

"In the areas where our dining rooms are closed, we are ramping up our To-Go and Curbside services and we are also turning some of our parking lots into temporary drive-thrus to serve our regular menu".

"The bottom line is these are challenging times, and we are all in this together", Taylor said in a letter to guests on the company's website.

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