(CNN) - McDonald's will raise the hourly wages for some 90,000 workers.
Beginning July 1, starting wages at the fast-food chain will be a least $1 an hour more than the state's legal minimum.
Plus, all current employees, up to and including managers, will get a pay raise.
And the company will let full and part-time employees accrue paid time off, as long as they've worked there for a year.
The only catch is the new rules only apply to the 1,500 restaurants actually owned by the McDonald's corporation.
About 90 percent of all locations are franchisee-owned.
That means the huge majority of McDonald's workers won't benefit.
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