More Windsor businesses commit to paying a living wage

Several Windsor businesses, unions and charities have committed to paying workers a living wage.

“Right now in Windsor-Essex about 18,000 people are considered working poor,” said Adam Vasey, director of Pathway to Potential. “The living wage is designed to address people who are working but because of circumstances, whether that’s having one miniumum wage job, a couple of part-time jobs, they’re not able to make ends meet.”

Read the full story at the Windsor Star here.

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