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Nearly Half of U.S. States Will Increase Minimum Wages
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Nearly Half of U.S. States Will Increase Minimum Wages

Posted October 7

The legal environment for employers is always changing. And nowhere is this felt more strongly than at the state level. For example, in the absence of any movement at the federal level for more than 10 years, state legislatures continue to issue higher minimum wages. Read More >

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