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Get ready to make big money Columbus and thank you, Mayor Ginther, for keeping one of his campaign promises, closing the wage gap before 2020. Now full-time employees will make a minimum of 15 dollars an hour. City Council President Pro Tem Elizabeth Brown said “Working families are the backbone of strong neighborhoods and a thriving city,” . “Leveling the playing field for families in Columbus starts with living wages, and one of our goals as an employer must be to set a standard for wages and benefits that help families thrive. I’m proud to see the city beat its commitment to bringing all full-time workers to $15-per-hour by 2020.” Full Story Here  

 

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