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(PHL airport workers protest outside the City Hall office of Mayor Michael Nutter.   Photo by Mike Dunn)

PHL Airport Contract Workers Demand Prompt ‘Living Wage’ Adjustment

The airport workers were unhappy because the mayor’s executive order raising their wages does not apply to contracts currently in force, and that means the raises won’t come until the contracts are amended or renewed.

06/10/2014

(A security line at Philadelphia International Airport.  File photo from CBS3)

Philadelphia Lawmakers Plan to Remove A ‘Living Wage’ Exemption

Tara Russell has worked for four years at the airport, assisting travelers who use wheelchairs. She told City Council’s Commerce and Economic Development Committee that she earns just $7.00 an hour because she is expected to earn tips.

02/19/2013

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