Biden Praised for $15 Minimum Wage Hike for All Federal Workers

\u0022Setting a new $15 per hour wage floor for federal government work will encourage employers across the country who are currently paying poverty wages to compete for labor and start paying fairer rates.\u0022

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'Setting a new $15 per hour wage floor for federal government work will encourage employers across the country who are currently paying poverty wages to compete for labor and start paying fairer rates,' says AFGENational president EverettKelley17.

\u0022Setting a new $15 per hour wage floor for federal government work will encourage employers across the country who are currently paying poverty wages to compete for labor and start paying fairer rates.\u0022

in a statement that"as the largest employer in the country, how the federal government treats its workforce has real impact. Raising pay rates across the federal government to a minimum of $15 per hour reflects our appreciation for the federal workforce and our values as a nation."

Everett Kelley, president of the American Federation of Government Employees—which represents 700,000 federal workers—calledPresident Joe Biden's move"one of his most significant actions to date.""For the tens of thousands of workers who will start seeing more money in their paychecks each week, this is a transformative policy choice that will improve their everyday lives," Kelley said in a statement."Setting a new $15 per hour wage floor for federal government work will encourage employers across the country who are currently paying poverty wages to compete for labor and start paying fairer rates, lifting the wages of American workers across the country."

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AFGENational EverettKelley17 $15 is still poverty unless you work 60-70 hrs a week.

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Biden's $15 Minimum Wage Hike for Federal Agencies Is Now in EffectFederal agencies were told on Friday to raise the minimum wage to $15 for workers, according to a memo from the Office of Personnel Management.

Exclusive: Biden administration raises minimum wage for federal employees to $15EXCLUSIVE: Federal agencies are being directed to raise the minimum wages for government employees to $15 an hour, according to new guidance from the Office of Personnel Management.

said in a statement that"as the largest employer in the country, how the federal government treats its workforce has real impact. Raising pay rates across the federal government to a minimum of $15 per hour reflects our appreciation for the federal workforce and our values as a nation." Everett Kelley, president of the American Federation of Government Employees—which represents 700,000 federal workers— called President Joe Biden's move"one of his most significant actions to date." "For the tens of thousands of workers who will start seeing more money in their paychecks each week, this is a transformative policy choice that will improve their everyday lives," Kelley said in a statement."Setting a new $15 per hour wage floor for federal government work will encourage employers across the country who are currently paying poverty wages to compete for labor and start paying fairer rates, lifting the wages of American workers across the country." The administration's move follows a recommendation in an