OREGON – Oregon’s minimum wage is going up on July 1, as part of the annual schedule put in place back in 2016. The increase for 2024 is 50 cents statewide. However, Oregon will continue to have three separate minimum ...

Author: Tim Gordon (KGW) PORTLAND, Ore. (KGW) — Starting July 1, the minimum wage in Oregon will go up 70 cents an hour. The minimum wage won’t be the same dollar amount across the state, however, as Oregon’s minimum wage ...

WASHINGTON, D.C. (CNN) – Congressional Democrats hoping to include a minimum wage increase in the massive COVID economic relief bill were dealt a blow to their plans this week. But it’s possible the ruling removes a sticking point among Democrats ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — The minimum wage in Oregon is going up today. It comes as many businesses are already struggling with the pandemic. Two local business owners told me they may have to have raise prices, in order to compensate ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — “There’s so much uncertainty going forward on how many businesses will be able to maintain and just keep going at those lower levels of demand and lower demands of foot traffic,” said Guy Tauer, regional economist for ...

MEDFORD, Ore.– Businesses across Oregon are gearing up for the next minimum wage increase starting July 1. The standard wage rate will affect both Jackson and Josephine County where minimum wage will bump up from $10.25 to $10.75 an hour. ...

Ashland, Ore.– Starting July 1st, minimum wage will be going up to $10.75 in Jackson and Josephine counties and $10.50 in Klamath County. Opinion on how the rate hike will affect local businesses ranges. Some in the food service industry ...

Ashland, Ore. — Starting Saturday, Oregon’s minimum wage is going up. In Klamath County and on the coast it’s $10 dollars an hour. In Jackson and Josephine counties the new rate is up 50 cents to $10.25 an hour. One owner ...

Medford, Ore. – Minimum wage will be going up again as part of Oregon’s 6-year plan. And the biggest thing on people’s minds is how it could affect the cost of living. Local economist Guy Tauer said, “Most people earning ...

Sacramento, Cal.- Californians will face a multitude of new laws once the new year hits, many of which will impact daily life. The laws range from minimum wage to gun ownership. Beginning Jan. 1, 2017, the state will start its ...

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