The company, which has 12 stores in Minnesota, is pushing ahead of retailers Target and Amazon with its new minimum wage
Minimum wage in Minnesota is set to go up by several cents per hour
Target originally set out to get to $15 an hour by the end of 2020.
The COVID-19 outbreak has created huge uncertainty in the airline industry.
State law doesn't preclude municipalities setting their own minimum wage.
It will rise to $10 for large employers, and $8.15 for small.
The U.S. Department of Labor carried out an investigation in the popular Minneapolis dining district.
There will be a public hearing on Monday evening.
The Bullseye is increasing its minimum to $13-an-hour.
A local company said the city's minimum wage law conflicted with the state minimum wage.
A call to action was issued at the annual GiGi's Playhouse fundraising gala.
It'll follow Minneapolis in passing a $15 wage ordinance.
The retail giant employs thousands of people in Minnesota.
The rates are being adjusted for inflation.
A McDonald's on Lake Street violated the citywide minimum wage increase.
Tips and gratuities don't count towards the new hourly wages.
It's also dishing out bonuses of up to $1,000 to its hourly workers.
Her plan also calls for two years of free college.
It's not as cut and dried as you may think.
It'll be a laid-back space to grab a coffee or beer with friends, eat tasty comfort food, and embrace your inner geek.
Only half of Americans born in 1985 earn more than their parents did at the same age, a study has found.