Do better-paid workers equal better business?

Aired: 5/14/2015 | 0:06:55 | Clip
Recently, insurance company Aetna voluntarily upped its minimum wage to $16 per hour, giving roughly 6,000 of its lowest-paid employees an average raise of 11 percent. Next year, the company also plans to offer lower-cost benefits to some workers. What’s behind the wage hike? Economics correspondent Paul Solman talks to Aetna's CEO about the investment.