Mandating $15 an hour doesn’t assistance bad youth. It helps Flippy, a new burger-grilling machine.
By ANDY PUZDER | WSJ
Entry-level jobs matter—and we don’t have to take my word for it. In a debate final week on workforce growth in low-income communities, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen pronounced that “it is essential for younger workers to settle a plain tie to practice early in their work lives.”
Unfortunately, supervision policies are destroying entry-level jobs by giving businesses an inducement to automate during an accelerated pace. In a consult expelled final month, a announcement Nation’s Restaurant News asked 319 grill operators to name their biggest plea for 2017. Nearly a entertain of them, 24%, pronounced rising smallest wages.