City staff briefed Council members on a proposal to raise the minimum wage for City workers from $13.75 to $14.25 per hour in the fiscal year 2018 budget.
Five candidates in the runoff elections restated their support Monday for action on affordable housing, immigrants’ rights, and living wages.
San Antonio City Council unanimously approved a $2.5 billion budget for fiscal year 2017 Thursday morning that includes increased funding for streets and sidewalks, more police officers, increased minimum wages for City employees, benefits for Council aides, funding for new Smart City initiatives, and a more aggressive commitment to the City’s new comprehensive master plan, SA Tomorrow.
During last week’s City budget discussion on raising the entry-level wages for City employees, we were disturbed to hear Mayor Ivy Taylor claim that raising wages is an “outsider’s” agenda.
Hundreds of people packed San Fernando Cathedral on Labor Day to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Starr County Strike and March.
A new federal rule expected to increase overtime pay for an anticipated 4.2 million workers nationwide starting Dec.
The San Antonio Independent School District board unanimously approved a compensation plan on Monday for the 2016-17 school year that includes pay raises for most district employees.
COPS /Metro called for a pay increase for approximately 2,000 of the lowest paid employees working for the San Antonio Independent School District before and during the SAISD board meeting on Tuesday night.
Bexar County will pay lowest-wage employees a minimum of $13 an hour starting on Oct.