Gov. Tom Wolf Pushes For Raising Minimum Wage To $15 An HourGov. Tom Wolf laid out a path Tuesday to raise minimum wage in Pennsylvania to $15 an hour.
Gov. Tom Wolf Lays Out 2021 AgendaFacing a deep, pandemic-inflicted budget deficit, Gov. Tom Wolf will ask lawmakers for a multibillion-dollar investment into workforce development and employment assistance to help Pennsylvania recover, his office said Thursday as the governor outlined his 2021 agenda priorities.
Hobby Lobby Raising Full-Time Minimum Wage To $17 Per HourHobby Lobby announced it will be raising its minimum hourly wage for full-time employees to $17.
'It's Time To Raise Pennsylvania's Minimum Wage': Gov. Wolf Calls On State Legislators To Raise Minimum WageGovernor Tom Wolf called on state legislators to raise the minimum wage today.
Lt. Gov. John Fetterman Says Pa.'s Minimum Wage Is Now Less Than Half Best Buy's Starting Hourly PayEmployees at big box stores like Target and Best Buy will now earn $15 an hour.
Target Increasing Minimum Wage To $15 An Hour In JulyTarget is increasing its minimum wage to $15/hour and offering a one-time $200 bonus to workers providing services to customers during the pandemic.
Target Raises Minimum Wage To $15 An HourTarget announced it's increasing starting wage to $15 per hour.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf Calls For Immediate Increase Of Minimum WagePennsylvania's governor renewed his push to raise the minimum wage.
Impact Of Proposed Minimum Wage Increase Likely To Reach CustomersThe proposed hike in the minimum wage is likely to increase costs for customers, one local business owner says.
Bill To Raise Minimum Wage In Pa. To $9.50 Passed By Senate CommitteeA compromise package to raise Pennsylvania's minimum wage for the first time since 2009 is advancing in the Legislature, up against a deadline for Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf to relent on his effort to extend overtime pay eligibility to thousands of workers.
Discussion On Pa.'s Minimum Wage Heats Up Before DeadlineDiscussions toward raising Pa.'s minimum wage for the first time since 2009 are heating up, in part to get Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf to abandon an effort to extend overtime pay eligibility to thousands of workers.