People demonstrate for a higher minimum wage in Los Angeles. | AP Photo

A new report shows that the vast majority of employers with minimum wage workers do not have a plan for how to pay those employees more if they are required to do so by law.

A survey of 135 firms that employ at least some minimum wage workers commissioned by constulting firm Aon Hewitt found that 72 percent of organizations have not charted a course for paying their lowest-paid workers more in the midst of an increasingly vocal national movement in favor of raising the minimum wage.

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