Hospitals seek repeal of $25 hourly healthcare worker minimum wage in Los Angeles
By: Kelly Gooch | Becker’s Hospital Review | August 1, 2022
A union is pushing back amid a campaign by hospitals to repeal an ordinance recently signed by Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti that establishes a $25 minimum hourly wage for workers at eligible privately owned healthcare facilities in the city.
The No on the Los Angeles Unequal Pay Measure coalition, a group that also includes other healthcare facilities and is sponsored by the California Association of Hospitals and Health Systems, launched a campaign July 12 to repeal the ordinance, according to the Los Angeles Times. (Read more)