A study on raising the minimum wage in Maryland is warning about some of the negative impacts an increase would have on businesses, particularly on the hospitality industry and food services.Read More »
The Senate president predicts an increase but said he wasn't sure what that might look like other than to say "it's going to be different, in my opinion, from what the governor has proposed and it's going to be different from what the people in Prince George's and Montgomery County have already enacted."
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ANNAPOLIS — Maryland’s Senate president on Thursday braced his colleagues for a difficult debate over raising the state’s minimum wage and asked senators to be open to compromise. Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller, D-Calvert, told senators during session it ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Martin O’Malley said Tuesday he will focus on raising the state’s minimum wage during his last full legislative session as Maryland’s governor. O’Malley underscored the wage issue as a top priority while speaking at a luncheon of ...Read More »
McDonald’s Corp. has shut down a website intended to provide employees with work and life guidance after it generated negative publicity for the fast-food company. The McResource program has been criticized for creating unrealistic budgets and offering advice that was ...Read More »