John Doyle, communications director for Berman & Co., also serves as a spokesman for the EPI, as well as two other Berman organizations, the Center for Consumer Freedom and the American Beverage Institute.
''This is an organizing movement that had exceeded . . . supporters' dream, and they've now become emboldened to go for more,'' says John Doyle at the Employment Policies Institute, a research group based in Washington. ''But there will be businesses that can't pay it or will have to go out of business.
John Doyle, EPI's managing director, says that state and federal earned-income tax credits and worker training would be more effective in helping low-wage workers rise out of poverty."If employers are forced to increase wages," says Doyle, "jobs will be eliminated, there will be a decrease in the number of hours worked, and these low-skilled adults may find themselves out on the street."
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