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REPORT - The Economic Impacts of a Transportation and Hospitality Living Wage in the City of SeaTac
Puget Sound Sage, a regional think tank, issued an analysis of the economic benefit of the SeaTac initiative. According to the analysis, increased worker spending will multiply, resulting in a $54 million income boost for the region and more than 400 new local jobs.
BRIEF - Paid Sick Days: How Grocers and Retailers Can Curb the Spread of Illness and Promote Public Health
In a recent survey of grocery and supercenter workers in King County, Puget Sound Sage found that a large proportion of grocery workers in King County go to work sick. Most cited inadequate paid time off as a reason.
In the News
$15 wage floor slowly takes hold in SeaTac
The Seattle Times
Developers Sue to Make Seattle More Developer-Friendly, Calling a Law to Promote Affordable Housing "Extortion"
SeaTac wage activists will appeal to state Supreme Court
Puget Sound Business Journal
$15 minimum wage supporters vow to fight on
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