Aryn Higgins worked Monday at her desk at Gravity Payments in Seattle. Dan Price, the founder of Gravity Payments, surprised his 120-person staff by announcing that he planned over the next three years to raise the salary of even the lowest-paid clerk, customer service rep and salesman to a minimum of $70,000 a year.
Aryn Higgins worked Monday at her desk at Gravity Payments in Seattle. Dan Price, the founder of Gravity Payments, surprised his 120-person staff by announcing that he planned over the next three years to raise the salary of even the lowest-paid clerk, customer service rep and salesman to a minimum of $70,000 a year. MATTHEW RYAN WILLIAMS The New York Times
Aryn Higgins worked Monday at her desk at Gravity Payments in Seattle. Dan Price, the founder of Gravity Payments, surprised his 120-person staff by announcing that he planned over the next three years to raise the salary of even the lowest-paid clerk, customer service rep and salesman to a minimum of $70,000 a year. MATTHEW RYAN WILLIAMS The New York Times

At Seattle company, the new minimum wage is $70,000 a year

April 14, 2015 12:15 PM

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