Ryan Neumeyer quoted in Crains Cleveland Business story about impact of potential raise in minimum wage


McDonald Hopkins member Ryan Neumeyer was quoted in Crain's Cleveland Business as part of Jeremy Nobile's Feb. 28 piece "Minimum wage hike is overdue, but Northeast Ohio employers worry about the impact.

Nobile writes: 

Ryan Neumeyer, a labor and employment attorney and consultant with McDonald Hopkins, said he has clients at smaller manufacturing and construction outfits that worry about raising wages across the board. The idea is employers already paying workers around $15 per hour or more will be expected to hike pay even further in response to minimum wage's rising tide.

"People are going to want raises, and they'll have to figure out how to implement those in a tough economic time," he said.

Read the full article, including more commentary by Neumeyer, at the Crain's Cleveland Business website


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