California Chick-fil-A to drastically raise wages for ‘hospitality professionals’

An owner of a Chick-fil-A in Sacramento, Calif., is looking to dramatically increase the wages of his workers.

Eric Mason, the owner and operator of the restaurant, told ABC 10 in Sacramento that he plans to raise wages of his workers to $17-$18 per hour starting June 4. On that date, people can apply to become "hospitality professionals" at the store to receive the new wage.

His workers currently make $12-$13, according to ABC 10, and the current minimum wage in California in $11.

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