FOODSERVICE CHILLY ON WAGE HIKE
- STATE MINIMUM WAGE LAWS AS A CAUSE OF UNEMPLOYMENT: COMMENT. White, Rudolph A.; Jones, Ethel B. // Southern Economic Journal;Jan71, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p366
Comments on the impact of minimum wage laws to unemployment rate in the U.S. Details on unemployed workers covered by insurance programs; Relation between unemployment and labor force participation; Influence of labor migrations on unemployment differences.
- A case of 4-pounds and bust? // New Statesman & Society;9/8/95, Vol. 8 Issue 369, p24
Focuses on the potential effects of the imposition of a legislated minimum wage in Great Britain on unemployment. Conservative Party's speculations for a rise in unemployment and damage on Britain's international economic competitiveness; Claims of the Labour Party and trade-unions on the...
- STATE MINIMUM WAGE LAWS AS A CAUSE OF UNEMPLOYMENT. Campbell, Colin D.; Campbell, Rosemary G. // Southern Economic Journal;Apr69, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p232
This study examines the effect of state minimum wage laws on unemployment. It compares rates of unemployment in major labor market areas in states with and without minimum wages, with different coverage, and with different levels of minimum wage rates.
There is a wide variation among the...
- Fed: Minimum wage hike could increase unemployment to 6.5%. Hoxter, Curtis J. // Caribbean Business;8/31/2000, Vol. 28 Issue 34, p11
Reports on the results of the study conducted by the United States Federal Reserve System which indicate that the Democratic minority proposal to raise minimum wage could increase unemployment rate. Amount of proposed minimum wage increase; Expected increase in unemployment rate due to the said...
- No compassion in minimum wage laws. SOWELL, Thomas // Indianapolis Business Journal;10/7/2013 Supplement, p15B
The article offers the author's insight on the impact of minimum wage laws in a country's economy, particularly in unemployment rate.
- Minnesota wage freeze to thaw; operators seek tip credits. Allen, Robin Lee // Nation's Restaurant News;01/13/97, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p3
Reports on Minnesota-base foodservice operators' anticipation of a legislation battle over the pay rate of their tipped employees following a short reprieve from their tip-creditless status. State governor and other officials' approval of a temporary freeze in the tipped-employee pay rate;...
- Maine minimum-wage amendment hits governor's desk. Allen, Robin Lee // Nation's Restaurant News;9/23/96, Vol. 30 Issue 37, p7
Reports on a measure amending Maine's minimum wage law that could freeze the cash wage for tipped employees after first giving them a temporary pay increase. Effect of the amendment on the state's tipped employees; Provisions of the amendment; Pressure on Governor Angus King from both pro-labor...
- Another minimum wage battle is building for 1999. // FoodService Director;01/15/99, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p20
Focuses on how legislative debates on raising the minimum wage in the United States in 2000 are expected to impact food service industry employees. Possibility that the wage increase will pass if the unemployment rate continues to drop.
- For a change, how about a fair resolution instead of a battle in Congress over the minimum wage? // Nation's Restaurant News;06/18/2001, Vol. 35 Issue 25, p25
Editorial. Comments on the proposed legislation seeking to raise the minimum wage in the United States as of June 18, 2001. Food service industry's plan to fight the legislative bill proposed by U.S. Senator Edward Kennedy; Implications for restaurants' business operations.