If the City Won't Tax Businesses to Fund Labor Law Enforcement, Unions Will Take It to the Ballot


I'm curious how our new council, which by most benchmarks is fairly progressive, hasn't gotten on board with this?
Anyone know what 1ยข / hour adds up to?
@3: Assuming you have 24 employees each working 8 hour days, 40 days per week, 52 weeks per year, you would pay $3993.60 annually.

(((.01*8)*24)*40)*52 = 3993.6

I chose 24 employees because, per the Affordable Care Act, businesses of 25 employees or more must offer healthcare.
Er.. @2. Whoops.
@2, 3, 4: 40 hours per week. So many errors. Sorry, first time posting.
Thanks, but I was looking in the direction of how much total budget $ will this direct towards enforcement/education. Total affected workers is the number I don't have a guess on.
@6 The unions say it would generate $5 to 6 million a year (https://www.thestranger.com/blogs/slog/2…). The city was supposed to do its own assessment of this too. I'm still trying to track that down.