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At-will employment and the subminimum wage emerged from the backlash to Emancipation.
Congress cannot just pay lip service to frontline workers whose labor they take for granted.
The “Fight for $15,” movement, which will mark its 10-year anniversary in November 2022, “has influenced policy debates and the public conversation(…)
A record number of states and cities are raising their minimum wage this year, according to a tally from the National Employment Law(…)
These raises that took effect this week and that combined with other scheduled for later this year are the largest(…)
Minimum wage is set to go up in 21 states on January 1, 2022. Tsedeye Gebreselassie, Director of Work Quality(…)
A higher wage floor did not cause the “sky to fall” as industry lobbyists had warned.
New York’s needlessly complex wage system prevents many from taking home the full minimum wage.
A $15 minimum wage recognizes the value that St. Paul’s workers bring to the area’s thriving economy.