Amazon, facing a backlash from longtime warehouse employees who say its $15 hourly minimum wage won’t benefit them, will now provide a bigger raise to those workers.
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Randyb October 11, 2018 9:35 am
Get it right people, it's "starting salary" not "minimum wage". The government sets minimum wage, companies set their own starting salary. If the government sets the minimum wage at $15.00/hr. it's still the minimum wage and everyone else in the country will still be making more money than those at minimum wage. And everyone else in the country will then demand a raise equal to the raise in the minimum wage.I tried to post this on the Morning Calls web site, but I was not allowed. I got this error message "We apologize but commenting is not permitted for your region."The morning Call "leader in censorship"
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