Fast Food Restaurant Offers Employees $15 An Hour


Fast Food Restaurant Offers Employees $15 An Hour

Fast-Food Restaurant Raises Starting Salary to $15 per Hour

Update: This article has been changed to reflect the fact that Moo Cluck Moo is located in the Detroit metropolitan area (in Dearborn Heights) not in Detroit city proper.

Amidst nationwide protests about the minimum wage at fast-food eateries, one burger joint in the Detroit metropolitan area has decided to raise its starting salary to $15. According to the Daily Beast, Moo Cluck Moo, a Michigan eatery, had already been paying employees an unheard of $12 per hour. Fast-food workers around the country have been holding protests to encourage companies and restaurant owners to raise staff pay. Moo Cluck Moo owners Brian Parker and Harry Moorhouse chose to give their staff a pay bump. The bump to the so-called “living wage” has many critics (predominantly fast-food execs and restaurants owners), but Parker and Moorhouse have found that higher pay leads to much better service and lower employee turnover. Plus the business owners truly believe that their staff deserves every penny. “It’s not an easy job to do,” explained Parker

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