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Why a $15 Minimum Wage Might Cost You Your Job

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What happens when politicians decide they are in a better position than business owners to know how much workers should be paid? We don't have to guess. Cities like Seattle and New York have already done so with their $15/hour minimum wage mandates. Simone Barron, a lifelong restaurant worker, recounts how "helping" her impacted her wallet, her career, and her life.      

ModeratorLisa Lombardo, Chief People and Culture Officer, HDG Hotels
Speaker: Simone Barron, Co-Founder, Full Service Workers Alliance

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