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Minimum-wage debates for years have been tempered by warnings that companies would lay off many people to pay higher wages to some.
He might have, for example, made it de rigueur for large companies to help employees in entry-level jobs work their way into a solid middle-class life, with strong wages and fair benefits.
He might have, for example, made Amazon the kind of place that helps employees in entry-level jobs work their way into a solid middle-class life, with strong wages and fair benefits.
So higher wages mean higher spending, which means faster economic growth.
Another league executive said the partnership will have a focus on wage equality for female athletes and that 50 percent of revenue going to the players was a big motivator.
Unionization efforts have popped up from time to time, mostly focused on improving wages and safety.
The department didn’t take Arise to court to collect back wages and enforce compliance with federal law.
Many companies had vowed to halt collections litigation as Americans faced layoffs and wage reductions in the beginning of the health crisis.
We are confident that we offer our patrollers, and all of our employees, wages and benefits that are very competitive.
In the November conference call with analysts, Hager said the company had been seeing sharp increases in overtime pay and wages for temporary workers.

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