The Tire Industry Association (TIA) is providing its members with updates as the COVID-19 crisis - and related legislation - evolves. The association’s CEO, Dr. Roy Littlefield Jr., sent the following letter to TIA members on March 23.
The recently signed Families First Coronavirus Response Act requires that businesses with fewer than 500 employees pay leave for certain employees who cannot work or telework for “qualifying COVID-19 reasons,” according to Tire Industry Association officials.
Six trade associations, including the Tire Industry Association and the Auto Care Association, are calling on government officials to consider the importance of auto repair facilities "in implementing orders to close nonessential businesses as a result of the coronavirus."
The Tire Industry Association, the Auto Care Association and several other trade groups recently sent a letter to government officials asking for small business relief and other assistance.
The Tire Industry Association is seeking nominations for four board of director positions that will become open in November.
The Tire Industry Association is postponing its Lobby Day and Environmental Summit, scheduled for May 6-7 in Washington D.C., as a precautionary measure due to the spreading coronavirus.
Can you ask an employee to stay home if he or she exhibits coronavirus symptoms? Can an employee refuse to come to work due to fear of infection? A recent bulletin from the Tire Industry Association addresses these and other questions.
Emily Markulis has joined the Tire Association Industry as its communications and membership coordinator.
The Tire Industry Association has announced that its 2021 Off-the-Road Tire Conference will take place Feb. 17-20 at the Hilton El Conquistador hotel in Tucson, Ariz.
The Tire Industry Association has added a class on its seven-city Certified Automotive Tire Service Instructor Tour.
What do customers want from their tire dealers, more than anything else? A true business partnership, representatives from two OTR tire end users said during the recent Tire Industry Association OTR Tire Conference.
The 65th edition of the Tire Industry Association Off-the-Road Tire Conference is in the books. Here are some notes from the three-day event, which attracted attendees from all over the globe.
Community colleges throughout North Carolina are offering the Tire Industry Association’s (TIA) Certified Automotive Tire Service (ATS) training and certification program.
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