A McDonald’s employee at the job. (Photo/Reuters/Lucy Nicholson)

Michigan workers will in all probability must wait a little longer to view an increase in their pay checks after state senators dicated to postpone a baseline wage hike.

The Republican controlled state Senate approved two bills on Wednesday within a 26-to-12 vote.

The first bill would postpone the very least wage increase, that is set to attain $12 per hour by 2022. The measure would extended the increase until 2030.

The second bill they approved would cut the paid sick time employees accrue as a result of one-hour almost every 40-hours worked. It will also exempt small establishments from being required to provide paid sick leave.

The two bills can head to the Michigan state House, where they may be expected to pass.


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