Sunday, December 30, 2018

Show-Me Minimum Wage Fight Spike

Increased compensation for workers is on the way but that doesn't mean the market likes it. In fact, the upcoming spike approved by voters has biz from big to small hoping for robots to replace their employees and, in a much more likely scenario, working with the GOP to limit the threshold of citizen petitions.

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Missouri business owners still divided over minimum wage hike, which takes effect Jan. 1

The new year means an increase to Missouri's minimum wage, but not all business owners are on board. Starting Jan. 1, the minimum wage will increase from $7.85 an hour to $8.60. The raise comes after voters approved Proposition B in November, which calls for boosting the state's minimum wage to $12 an hour by 2023.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

"the minimum wage will increase from $7.85 an hour to $8.60"


Enough to consider a luxury apartment.

Anonymous said...


Do it yourself and save.

Donald T. Rump said...

Boycott Every Damn Business that closes because of this Minimum Wage increase!
Show your support!
C'mon, it'll be easy!

Anonymous said...

How can you boycott a closed business? Think it through simpleton.

Anonymous said...

Let the robots have it, and we can all go home after a 30 hour week. It's time to allow the workers to participate in productivity gains.

Anonymous said...

Holy Hannah, @10.24, don't you recognize a joke when you see one?
Guess not, since that requires humor, which you obviously have no sense of!