UNION REJECTS A $60,000 PRIVATE SECTOR MINIMUM WAGE INCREASE AND WANTS NO LESS THAN $88,000

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After four years of enduring a wage freeze, private sector workers will soon benefit from an increase in the minimum wage of approximately $16,000. Though not implemented as yet, the new minimum salary is being strongly rejected by the General Workers’ Union, which is demanding a revised wage of $88,000. Temika Rodney reports

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