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MINIMUM WAGE

“The real point is that these imperfections in the market have real economic costs in terms of our GDP growth."
"If no one pays minimum or close to minimum wage in North Dakota, how would all these things happen if we raised it?" Grand Forks resident Ron Franz asks.
'Human capital management,' or HCM, has come to cover both traditional personnel issues like recruiting and skills development, and broader subjects like workforce diversity and pay that are part of an increased global focus on inequality fueled by the COVID pandemic.
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Twenty-six states — including Minnesota, Montana and South Dakota — are set to increase their minimum wage in 2022. Meanwhile, minimum wage holds steady at $7.25 per hour in North Dakota. While business advocates say the status-quo is working, labor leaders say its time for a change.

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