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This City Has America's Highest Minimum Wage

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September 8, 2015
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California Minimum Wage Bill Stalls in Legislature

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September 3, 2015
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D.C. Cir.: Home Health Care Workers Wage Rule Reinstated

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August 26, 2015
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The Los Angeles City Council voted on May 19 2015, to raise the city’s minimum wage from $9 to $15 by 2020.

The council voted 14-1 to phase in the wage increase over five years. It will rise to to $10.50 in July 2016, to $12 in 2017, $13.25 in 2018, $14.25 in 2019 and $15 in 2020. Starting in 2022, annual increases will be linked to inflation.

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May 22, 2015

'Fight for $15' Protests Expected to Be Biggest Ever

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April 15, 2015
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Experts Predict Record-Breaking H-1B Visa Demand

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By Roy Maurer  2/20/2015

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February 23, 2015

 

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What HR Should Know About Anonymous Gossip App Memo

By Aliah D. Wright  1/26/2015

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January 29, 2015

 

San Diego’s hotly contested minimum wage ordinance has been put on ice until at least 2016. The City Council approved the ordinance in July and then later overrode the mayor’s veto. A petition drive by San Diego business leaders has now succeeded in forcing the issue to the ballot.

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November 7, 2014

 

In addition to choosing candidates for federal, state and local offices on Nov. 4, voters in many states will be tasked with addressing several important public-policy questions.  

In Massachusetts, voters will be asked to decide whether employers should be required to provide paid sick leave to employees. Minimum-wage measures have been certified to appear on the ballots in five states. 

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November 4, 2014