The Minimum Wage World

I have talked with more business owners and leaders than I can count who are adamantly for giving minimum wage employees the least possible. Not most, but some, if given the freedom would drop wages to far below poverty level, with no benefits, days off and instant termination at the second call off for family illnesses and emergencies. 

On most of the US states, minimum wage workers have to work over 40 hours a week just to pay for a one bedroom living space.

If we become cynical about this changing, given the current moral climate in corporations and government institutions, it's a call for employee owned companies that can make change happen.