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Published on November 24, 2020

November 24, 2020

 

Cone Health to Raise Minimum Wage

This the final step of the health system’s commitment to a $15-an-hour wage.

 

Cone Health will raise its minimum wage to $15 an hour. This becomes effective Jan. 31. Two years ago, Cone Health announced its intention to move from a $12 to a $15 minimum. 

“This further supports our efforts to keep the great talent we have at Cone Health and ensures our competitive edge for new talent in the marketplace,” said Mandy Eaton, executive vice president, Cone Health People & Culture. “This reinforces what our 13,000 employees already know that Cone Health is a terrific place to work.” 

Approximately 2,200 employees will benefit from the increase. This represents a $4 million annual investment in employees. Cone Health continually reviews pay and benefits to remain an employer of choice in the communities it serves.