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Los Angeles hotel worker minimum wage ordinance (lahwmo)
Council File: 14-1371-S13
- Proposal to increase hotel worker minimum wage to $25-$30, for hotels with 60 or more employees.
- History: 08/08/2023 - Council referred item to Trade, Travel, and Tourism Committee.
- Recommended Position: Oppose
- Hotels, which are among the fastest growing segments of the hospitality industry, have only one revenue source.
Some city council members are already talking about moving this to the next level, beyond hotels, and into the general population’s wages, which ultimately would affect everyone. At $25-$30 dollars an hour, this will make the ability for our members who own businesses to earn a profit even more difficult.
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