minimum wage

  1. the lowest wage that an employer is allowed to pay; determined by contract or by law
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  • Employers and business groups contend that a higher minimum wage would saddle them with higher labor costs.
  • They will block further tax cuts, except modest breaks for small businesses to ease the burden of a minimum wage increase.
  • The reason that the minimum wage is problematic is that it is also self-limiting, only because companies can't pay employees less than the minimum wage, what generally gets limited is the number of jobs.
  • The minimum wage is nowhere near enough. Times, Sunday Times
  • Think of the good done - the minimum wages, the new deals and other sops to middle class consciences, they plead.
  • As an international vulgate institution of labor and social security, minimum wage is disputed after its birth.
  • All local governments should conduct a general survey of compliance with the minimum wage system and minimum wage standards for part-time workers.
  • Once you were hired as a part time minimum wage earner, that is where you stayed. Power Line on the Minimum Wage
  • Politically, raising the minimum wage is good for the Democrats.
  • The demonstration was in opposition to government plans to levy a new tax on those employing guest workers as domestics, and to cut the minimum wages of maids.
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