After Amazon raised its company-wide wage floor to $15 last year, workers at Whole Foods are seeing their hours slashed.

One of the most common arguments against raising the minimum wage, like cities such as Seattle and San Francisco have done recently, is that if businesses are forced to pay workers more per hour, they’ll simply cut the amount of shifts they offer workers to keep their costs the same.

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