Texas Roadhouse

Texas Roadhouse, Inc. is a growing restaurant company operating in the casual dining segment. The late W. Kent Taylor, started the business in 1993 with the opening of the first Texas Roadhouse restaurant in Clarksville, Indiana. Today's made-from-scratch food (at a great value) and legendary service began with a dream sketched on a cocktail napkin. Currently, the Company operates over 537 restaurants system-wide in 49 states and 6 foreign countries, including 516 Texas Roadhouse restaurants and 21 Bubba’s 33 restaurants.

 

 

 

 

Texas Roadhouse was awarded the Certified Age Friendly Employer (CAFE) designation in  2021.  The Age Friendly Institution's Research & Certification Team closely examined the employer's present-day hiring and recruiting practices.  It carefully and deliberately considered allegations of age discrimination filed against the employer in 2011.  The U.S. Equal Employment Oppor­tunity Commission (EEOC) settled these claims in 2017.  As part of the settlement, Texas Roadhouse was required to change its hiring and recruiting practices.  

 

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Started working as a Hostess for Texas Roadhouse. I am 65 and they hired me. So far so good and I am treated with respect. Great company to work for.

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Texas Roadhouse recruits job seekers over age 50 on RetirementJobs.com.

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