Garrity Tools is still figuring out its pay structure and job roles a year later. “I think we're gonna get this right," Collin Garrity says.
Starting today, more than 30,000 workers in St. Louis could see their paychecks shrink. The city’s minimum wage is dropping from $10 an hour to $7.70. That’s because of a new state law that says cities can’t set a higher minimum wage than the state. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
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