Jackson Rancheria Casino Raising Its Minimum Wage To $10.60 An Hour
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JACKSON (CBS13) — The Jackson Rancheria Casino is raising its employees’ minimum wage ahead of a planned state increase.
The casino will put in $5 million to increase its minimum wage to $10.60 an hour. It also pays for full medical benefits.
The state’s minimum wage is currently $8 an hour and will reach $10 in 2016. The federal minimum wage is just $7.25 an hour.