Welfare-to-Work Employees Cheated out of Minimum Wage

San Francisco Bay Guardian | June 16, 2004
Faced with a requirement to pay San Francisco's new minimum wage of $8.50 an hour to its welfare-to-work program participants, the cash-strapped city opted to make seven of the required 31 hours pay-free, but still mandatory.

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