Daryl Charron, of Liberty, carries a sign during march last year to the Kansas City Restaurant Association offices in Westport. Members of the Stand Up KC organization protested in favor of low wage workers a minimum wage of $15 an hour. Some companies are boosting low-wage workers’ salaries in response.
Daryl Charron, of Liberty, carries a sign during march last year to the Kansas City Restaurant Association offices in Westport. Members of the Stand Up KC organization protested in favor of low wage workers a minimum wage of $15 an hour. Some companies are boosting low-wage workers’ salaries in response. ALLISON LONG along@kcstar.com
Daryl Charron, of Liberty, carries a sign during march last year to the Kansas City Restaurant Association offices in Westport. Members of the Stand Up KC organization protested in favor of low wage workers a minimum wage of $15 an hour. Some companies are boosting low-wage workers’ salaries in response. ALLISON LONG along@kcstar.com

Some companies boosting pay for low-wage workers

May 03, 2016 01:45 PM

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