Last week the Wall Street Journal Published an opinion piece by Michael Saltsman decrying San Francisco’s minimum wage hike.
Many businesses require employees to agree to non-compete agreements — meaning making the employee agree not to work for any competitor after leaving. There are a few instances in which this is reasonable.
We have a wage problem in the United States. Our current system is not working. It is harming our economy and money is not going to those who need it most but to the wealthiest.
This morning the Patriotic Millionaires took to the streets once again to fight for a fair minimum wage. Vice-chair Stephen Prince spoke at a rally to raise the minimum wage alongside Senators Bernie Sanders, Patty Murray, and Chuck Schumer.
Donald Trump understood the justified anger of Americans living hand to mouth, paycheck to paycheck. But now he has the obligation to do something about it. He also has the opportunity to create a great legacy.
The purpose of the American minimum wage is to ensure that all Americans are able to earn enough money to provide for the basic needs of themselves and their family.
Tuesday the Patriotic Millionaires took to Annapolis to fight for a fair wage as the Economic Matters Committee in the Maryland House of Delegates began hearings on a bill to raise the state minimum wage to $15 an hour.
Today Patriotic Millionaire TJ Zlotnitsky stood with a coalition of groups at the Maryland State House calling for a statewide minimum wage of $15 an hour. He delivered the following remarks:
As a businessman, I know that putting more money into the hands of people who will spend it – American workers – is better for my business.
In these meetings, the non-partisan Patriotic Millionaires demanded Democrats and Progressives draw a firm line in the sand in negotiations with President-elect Trump and GOP leadership around taxes and minimum wage.
If President-elect Donald Trump is serious about cutting a new deal for American workers – and we dearly hope he is – he can prove it by signing a new minimum wage bill within the first 100 days of his administration. By signing a bill, President-elect Trump will be giving an immediate raise to the millions and millions of the white working class voters who formed the heart of his victory
Though the American public is increasingly in favor of raising the minimum wage, wages at the federal level have been stagnant since 2009. But this week low wage workers in these four states could see a raise.
The Patriotic Millionaires believe that raising and indexing the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour is a step towards a stronger economy for all.