External link to The Case Against a Higher Minimum Wage
External link to Judge Rules Against Joint Employer Responsibility in Minimum Wage Case
The Case Against a Higher Minimum Wage raising the minimum wage hurts the poor. It takes away jobs, keeps people on welfare, and encourages high-school students to drop out. Policy makers should be clear on the consequence of higher minimum wages. Jobs and the Minimum Wage Economists have studied the job-destroying features of a higher minimum wage. It is important to recognize that the jobs […]
External link to Minimum wage, good or bad?
The franchise joint employer battle continues, now spreading to the massage franchise sector. Last week, a California judge ruled that Massage Envy is not the employer of massage therapists in franchised locations. As a result, only franchisees, not the franchisor, could be held responsible for alleged wage violations. “These rulings reinforce IFA’s [International Franchise Association] view that recent moves by the NLRB [National Labor Relation’s […]
External link to Research on the Change of Minimum Wage in Ontario
Having a job had been a premiere concern for the people particularly when they have the strong desire to live. Nowadays, money seems to make the world go round. Without the valued piece of paper, we could not purchase the basic necessities in life such as food, clothing, shelter, and education. Given this perspective, a person then would strive to earn the valued paper. As […]
ABSTRACT The purpose of this research paper is to analyze the minimum wage in Ontario based on the current minimum wage is $10. 25 in Ontario. The minimum wage mainly happens to the unemployed women and the young. The research on the minimum wage can permit people to contribute to the discussion about the ongoing minimum wage policies in Ontario and the relevant impacts of […]