Bryan Starr Part of Discussion on how California Minimum Wage Increase Affects SoCal Businesses

Monday, January 08, 2018

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The Orange County Register recenlty asked Greater Irvine Chamber President and CEO Bryan Starr his thoughts on the increase in the minimum wage for California workers. Starr told the Register that key Southern California industries such as technology and aerospace already pay above the minimum wage.

He also said no concerns have been reported to the Chamber.

“This is probably because the demand for workers is very high due to the near full employment,” Starr said.

The full article can also be read online at the Record Bee Community News.


Category: Chamber News, Economic Development