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  • NJ hospital system raising minimum wage to $15 an hour

    Cooper University Health Care is the first hospital system to raise its minimum wage to $15. New Jersey's Cooper University Health Care says it will begin paying a $15 minimum wage at the start of next year. George Norcross, the Camden-based health system's chairman, said in a statement Tuesday the change would affect roughly 10 percent of the organization's 7,500 employees. The decision comes as Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy and the Democrat-controlled Legislature...
  • Why a $15 minimum wage for health care systems employees helps N.J. communities

    George E. Norcross III: When large employers -- such as New Jersey's health systems -- pay a higher wage to our employees, we will help the communities we serve. By George E. Norcross III Health care is arguably the most vital sector of New Jersey's economy. In fact, nearly, 500,000 people are employed in New Jersey's health care industry, according to Choose New Jersey. That's out of a total state labor force of 4.5 million. It's helping to fuel New Jersey's...
  • WATCH: Celebrities share their thanksgiving celebrations

    Adrienne Bankert reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.

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  • What it's like to sail on Celebrity Cruises' Celebrity Edge

    First-time cruiser Samantha Lewis spent two nights on the revolutionary ship sailing from Florida to the Bahamas. She loved the immersive entertainment and crystal spa treatments.

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