The recent movement in Seattle and other major US cities to raise the minimum wage has franchise owners rankled. It’s not just that they’ll have to pay workers as much as $15 an hour. It’s that franchise business owners won’t get the same grace period to raise wages that other small businesses will.

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Written by lyceum
223 days ago

Joel: This is an ominous trend, with the enforced so-called minimum wage. What is a bare minimum? Says who? Who will pay in the long run?



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