The Raleigh City Council on Tuesday adopted a “Living Wage” policy, which promises to raise the base pay of its lowest-level full-time employees next fiscal year.
The Raleigh City Council on Tuesday adopted a “Living Wage” policy, which promises to raise the base pay of its lowest-level full-time employees next fiscal year. Al Drago Al Drago
The Raleigh City Council on Tuesday adopted a “Living Wage” policy, which promises to raise the base pay of its lowest-level full-time employees next fiscal year. Al Drago Al Drago

Raleigh boosts pay nearly 15% for lowest-level city workers

January 17, 2017 02:26 PM

UPDATED January 17, 2017 07:32 PM

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