Santander raises its minimum wage to $15/hr

SANTANDER BANK raised its minimum wage to $15 in all of its U.S. branches and call centers. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/ANGEL NAVARRETE
SANTANDER BANK raised its minimum wage to $15 in all of its U.S. branches and call centers. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/ANGEL NAVARRETE
PROVIDENCE – Santander Bank announced that it is raising its minimum wage for its employees to $15 an hour. The increase in wages stems from the bank’s tax windfall due to the recently passed federal tax overhaul. Previously the minimum wage varied by state, a company spokeswoman said, which ranged from $11.50 an hour to…

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