Wage bill | Whole Foods workers' hours slashed after minimum wage introduced

Whole Foods workers' hours slashed after minimum wage introduced

Workers at the Amazon-owned Whole Foods chain have seen their hours slashed after a new minimum wage was introduced.

The Guardian reports that Amazon enacted a $15 (£11.39) minimum wage for all its employees on 1 November, including workers at Whole Foods. However, some of the grocery chain employees have told the Guardian that they have experienced cuts in their hours, often negating any wage gains.

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