C1 Bank's decision to pay front-line employees more is paying off, its chief executive says.
The St. Petersburg, Fla., lender at the end of March announced plans to begin paying full-time employees a minimum "living wage" of $14 per hour. The new policy affects 27 of C1's 219 employees, with pay increases of 1% to 30%, according to CEO Trevor Burgess.
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