Reality Check: Minnesota’s New Minimum WageAbout 219,000 Minnesota workers are getting the pay hike. The minimum wage for small businesses is now $8.01 an hour. And for large employers it goes up to $9.86 an hour. But many workers think it is still too low.
St. Paul Will Raise Minimum Wage To $15 An HourWhile most workers like the idea of a raise, there are still some questions about what it will do to those employees who depend on tips.
St. Paul City Council Discusses $15 Minimum WageSt. Paul City Council met to discuss raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour.
St. Paul City Leaders Propose $15 Minimum Wage OrdinanceSt. Paul officials have announced a proposal to raise the city’s minimum wage to $15 an hour.
Amazon Increasing Wages For U.S. Workers To $15 An HourAmazon is boosting its minimum wage for all U.S. workers to $15 per hour starting next month.
Minimum Wage, Tip Credit Debate Heats Up In St. PaulThere are two options: Pay people $15 an hour on top of their tips, or implement a tip credit.
St. Paul Minimum Wage Debate Heats Up Over Tip CreditsAs St. Paul is looking to up the minimum wage to $15 an hour, city leaders are trying to figure out what to do with people who make tips.
St. Paul To Share Results Of Minimum Wage StudyThe St. Paul City Council will share results of a study on the minimum wage Wednesday night, and will ask for public’s input.
St. Paul Seeks Feedback On Minimum Wage IncreaseMayor Melvin Carter and the St. Paul City Council held a listening session on Saturday morning at Metropolitan State University.
Minneapolis McDonald's Agrees To Pay Workers $20,000 In Back Wages Officials in Minneapolis said Wednesday that the city reached a settlement with a south side McDonald’s that agreed to pay workers more than $20,000 in back wages and penalties after violating the city’s minimum wage ordinance.
Minimum Wage Goes Up In MinneapolisSmaller companies must now pay employees $10.25 an hour. It goes up to $11.25 an hour for large employers.
Should St. Paul Raise Its Minimum Wage?Franchise companies set their prices at the national level, so its owners can’t simply charge more money to make up for higher wages.