Monday, July 23, 2007


St. Thomas University has implemented a living wage policy to cover its housekeeping and grounds maintenance employees. Twenty will get a raise of $3 per hour to $10.27. Before the raise workers were earning around $16,000, $4,000 below the federal poverty guidelines for a family of four.

St. Thomas and Georgetown are the only two Catholic universities with a living wage policy.

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