Milwaukee Tool commits to $15 wage for downtown Milwaukee office

$20.2 million city incentive plan endorsed by Redevelopment Authority

Rendering: Stephen Perry Smith Architects
Rendering: Stephen Perry Smith Architects

Last updated on April 20th, 2021 at 11:15 amMilwaukee Tool’s plan to take over a downtown Milwaukee office building got its first public hearing this week, where city officials revealed the company has committed to a $15 hourly minimum wage for service employees working there. A local labor union pressed the city and Milwaukee Tool

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