Tuesday, April 17, 2007
Auto trade mag says: Minimum Wage increase is fine
In my real life, I sell fasteners to the automotive after-market. Like many folks, I get a trade publication or two. One is Automotive Body Repair News. In an article published in the April 1st edition, Troy Simpson writes about the impact of the minimum wage hike on their bottom line. Here's the fundamental point of this trade publication (and they are often mouth pieces for their advertisers),
According to SurePayroll, an online payroll service provider for small businesses, 91 percent of small business owners are not affected by minimum wage laws because they pay their employees more than the minimum wage, a sentiment shared by many in the collision repair industry.