LA Minimum Wage Hike Takes Effect SaturdayIt is rising to between $10.50 and $12 per hour depending on the size of the business.
4 Ways Your Business Can Survive Rising Minimum WagesPARTNER CONTENT - Business owners across the country are figuring out how to pay employees increasing minimum wages without eating into profits and margins.
Minimum Wage: 6 Ways To Prepare Your Business For The Rise Of Labor CostsWith minimum wage discussions being conducted everywhere, one may wonder how their small business fits into the conversation.
3 Ways Your Small Business Can Benefit From A Minimum Wage IncreaseSmall business owners can reduce the amount of employee turnover by providing a fair and healthy salary to their staff.
LA Workers Rally In Nationwide Protest For $15 Minimum WageSeveral arrests were made Tuesday after protestors rallying for a national $15 minimum wage blocked the intersection of Seventh and Alameda streets in downtown Los Angeles.
New LA Minimum Wage Kicks In Friday$10.50 per hour is now the minimum wage for LA businesses with 25 employees. Six paid sick days per year are also required.
Uncertainties Shadow California Plan For Nation-Leading WageThe bill's effects could vary widely in vast and diverse California — itself the world's eighth-largest economy — from sparsely populated mountain and desert areas to inner city Los Angeles and wealthy Silicon Valley.
Gov. Brown Enacts Highest Statewide Minimum WageThe bill will bump the state's $10 hourly minimum by 50 cents next year and to $11 in 2018.
Governor Brown To Sign $15 Minimum Wage Bill Into Law On MondayGovernor Jerry Brown says he is ready to make history on Monday, when he plans to make California the first state in the nation to raise the minimum wage to a record-shattering $15 an hour.
Study: Parents, Latinos Would Benefit Most From $15 Minimum Wage HikeThe California Assembly has green-lighted a plan that would create the highest statewide minimum wage in the nation of $15 an hour by 2022.
Analyst: $15 Minimum Wage Hike Will Cost California Taxpayers $3.6BA legislative analysis says raising the minimum wage in California to the highest statewide level in the nation would eventually cost taxpayers an additional $3.6 billion a year in higher pay for government employees.
Deal Reached To Take California Minimum Wage To $15 An Hour; Some Restaurant Workers Fear For Their TipsCalifornia legislators and labor unions have reached a tentative agreement that will take the state's minimum wage from $10 to $15 an hour, a state senator said, a move that would make for the largest statewide minimum in the nation by far.

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