California Workers' Rights: A Manual of Job Rights, Protections and Remedies
Living Wage Policies and Big-Box Retail: How a Higher Wage Standard Would Impact Walmart Workers and Shoppers
In this study we update a previous analysis of how a higher wage standard would impact both Walmart workers and consumers, and how those impacts are distributed across income levels. We use a $12 per hour minimum as the hypothetical wage standard for the analysis.
Creating Good Jobs in Our Communities: How Higher Wage Standards Affect Economic Development and Employment
This report assesses the question of whether or not business assistance living wage laws reduce jobs and economic development activity in the cities that choose to pass them.
Raising The Bar: The Hunters Point Shipyard and Candlestick Point Development Community Benefits Agreement
Community Benefits Agreement are legally binding agreements between developers and private community organizations that set conditions on the development project, and in exchange ensure community support and reduce the risks of litigation.
Living Wage Policies and Wal-Mart: How a Higher Wage Standard Would Impact Wal-Mart Workers and Shoppers
This study analyzes what the impact on Wal-Mart workers and shoppers would be if the retailer increased its minimum wage to $10 per hour. It finds that a $10 per hour minimum wage would provide significant, concentrated benefits to Wal-Mart workers, the majority in low-income families, while the costs would be dispersed in small amounts among many consumers across the income spectrum.
Impacts of the Proposed Living Wage Ordinance for The City of Petaluma: City Employees, Contracts, Leases, Franchises, Agreements and Grants
Living Wage Coalition of Sonoma County
Summary and Main Findings In response to low pay for workers and low service quality for taxpayers, about 100 local governmental entities in the United States have instituted living wage…