Why managers should cheer the new minimum wage

Managers should cheer a $2.10 increase in the federal minimum raise—the first jump in almost a decade. It’s not just because the wage will help lift people from being among the working poor, to at least within striking distance of making ends meet. The real benefit is what it may do to those work places that rely on a constant flow of poorly paid workers.

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