Rep. George Miller (D-CA) orders a salad while Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez (back left) speaks with Sweetgreen co-owner Jonathan Neman. Sweetgrow pays its workers a starting salary of $8.50, more than a dollar more than the federal minimum wage.
Rep. George Miller (D-CA) orders a salad while Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez (back left) speaks with Sweetgreen co-owner Jonathan Neman. Sweetgrow pays its workers a starting salary of $8.50, more than a dollar more than the federal minimum wage. McClatchy
Rep. George Miller (D-CA) orders a salad while Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez (back left) speaks with Sweetgreen co-owner Jonathan Neman. Sweetgrow pays its workers a starting salary of $8.50, more than a dollar more than the federal minimum wage. McClatchy

Talking minimum wage at lunch time

June 16, 2014 7:18 PM

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