Barclays raises minimum wage to $20+
By Jacob Owens, Published March 31, 2022
WILMINGTON – Barclays, the British multinational bank with a U.S. headquarters in the Riverfront, announced Thursday that it has increased its minimum hourly wage in the United States by at least 20%.
The move, which reportedly impacts 900 employees nationwide at call centers, would raise the bank’s minimum wage from $17 an hour to at least $20.50. Some markets may see even higher minimum rates depending on cost-of-living indices, the company said.