Michigan Group Turns in Petitions for $12 Minimum WageThe prospect of a $12-an-hour minimum wage by 2022 for all Michigan workers, including tipped servers, could be put to a popular vote this fall.
Almost Half of US Families Can't Afford Basics Like Rent and FoodNearly 51 million households don't earn enough to afford a monthly budget.
How A Minimum Wage Hike Could Actually Benefit Your Small BusinessA higher minimum wage for small business employees will boost spending and the economy, and that is good for all businesses.
Preparing Your Small Business For Minimum Wage IncreasesMinimum wage increases sound like good news for employees, however, it can be trouble for your small business, unless you're prepared.
Michigan Minimum Wage Rising In JanuaryIt's the final definitive increase provided by a 2014 law.
Target Is Raising Minimum Hourly Wage To $15 By End Of 2020Target Corp. is raising its minimum hourly wage for workers to $11 starting next month and then to $15 by the end of 2020.
Group Looking To Raise Michigan Minimum Wage To $12 By 2022The group is also looking to end Michigan's two chair pay system so that even workers who receive tips will have a $12 per hour minimum wage.
Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin Push $12 Minimum Wage Hike In MichiganThe lower minimum wage for tipped employees would eventually equal the regular minimum wage, too.
Fast Food Workers, Local Politicians Protest For Higher Minimum WageWorkers walked off the job at a McDonald's on West Grand Boulevard and joined members of "Fight for 15" as they protested for a $15 minimum wage.
Minimum Wage: 6 Ways To Prepare Your Business For The Rise Of Labor CostsWith minimum wage discussions being conducted everywhere, one may wonder how their small business fits into the conversation.
3 Ways Your Small Business Can Benefit From A Minimum Wage IncreaseSmall business owners can reduce the amount of employee turnover by providing a fair and healthy salary to their staff.
Fight For $15: Minimum Wage Protests Planned Across Detroit As Part Of 'Biggest-Ever Day Of Strikes'Hundreds of low wage workers and their supporters are rallying to call out "corporate bad actors that don’t pay their fair share of taxes."