29 de marzo de 2016

GOBERNADOR BROWN Escalona al 2022 salario de 15 dlls


Lawmakers and unions have reached a tentative deal that would increase California's minimum wage to $10.50 an hour next year and then gradually to $15 by 2022. It could be approved as early as this week. But the news is making employers and employees wonder how the higher wage would affect them. Read on to see why both sides are making some nervous calculations. http://www.latimes.com/politics/la-me-0327-minimum-wage-20160328-story.html

++++++++++++++ $15 an Hour: As California Goes … Gov. Jerry Brown has announced a six-year plan to increase the statewide minimum wage to $15 an hour, a proposal we first told you about over the weekend. Will the rest of the country follow suit? A labor expert says New York could be the next state. (Jealous, much?) Meanwhile, a coalition of business groups say the proposed deal is “overreaching.” Could you live on California’s new minimum wage? Find out with our calculator. http://www.latimes.com/visuals/graphics/la-me-g-california-new-minimum-wage-20160328-htmlstory.html

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