• Louis Rossmann - What is Apple #AuthorizedRepair REALLY like?

    https://youtu.be/ANSkQ4gmEkg

    #RightToRepair #CorporateGreed #MinimumWage #Outsourcing #Subcontracting #BigTech #Sweatshop #SlaveLabor #Sanitation #AppleStore #AppleCare #CSAT #Staffmark #Atterro #ComputerRepair #ForTheWin
    Louis Rossmann - What is Apple #AuthorizedRepair REALLY like? https://youtu.be/ANSkQ4gmEkg #RightToRepair #CorporateGreed #MinimumWage #Outsourcing #Subcontracting #BigTech #Sweatshop #SlaveLabor #Sanitation #AppleStore #AppleCare #CSAT #Staffmark #Atterro #ComputerRepair #ForTheWin
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  • 8 #Democratic senators joined Republicans in #rejecting raising the federal #minimumwage to $15 per hour over 5 years after it was proposed by Sen. Bernie Sanders.
    https://www.theepochtimes.com/8-democrats-join-republicans-in-rejecting-sanders-15-minimum-wage-hike-bill_3722465.html
    8 #Democratic senators joined Republicans in #rejecting raising the federal #minimumwage to $15 per hour over 5 years after it was proposed by Sen. Bernie Sanders. https://www.theepochtimes.com/8-democrats-join-republicans-in-rejecting-sanders-15-minimum-wage-hike-bill_3722465.html
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    8 Democrats Join Republicans in Rejecting Sanders' $15 Minimum Wage Hike Bill
    Eight Democratic senators joined Republicans in rejecting raising the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour over five ...
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  • Check out this terrorist faggot
    Give these cunts an inch and they take a mile

    “We don’t want low-wage businesses. Most successful small businesses can pay a fair wage.”

    Rep. #RoKhanna said, while he’s “all for” #SmallBusinesses, those that can’t afford to pay their employees a $15 an hour #MinimumWage are essentially undesirable. https://www.theepochtimes.com/lawmaker-says-we-dont-want-small-businesses-that-cant-pay-15-minimum-wage_3705885.html?utm_source=mewe

    Check out this terrorist faggot Give these cunts an inch and they take a mile “We don’t want low-wage businesses. Most successful small businesses can pay a fair wage.” Rep. #RoKhanna said, while he’s “all for” #SmallBusinesses, those that can’t afford to pay their employees a $15 an hour #MinimumWage are essentially undesirable. https://www.theepochtimes.com/lawmaker-says-we-dont-want-small-businesses-that-cant-pay-15-minimum-wage_3705885.html?utm_source=mewe
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    Lawmaker Says 'We Don't Want' Small Businesses That Can't Pay $15 Minimum Wage
    Rep. Ro Khanna (D-Calif.) said Sunday that, while he's "all for" small businesses, those that can't afford to pay $15 an hour are undesirable.
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  • The $15 minimum wage would result in 1.3 million workers losing their jobs, a 2019 Congressional Budget Office report estimated.

    Lobbying for minimum wage increases also puts corporations at a competitive advantage over their small business competitors who cannot afford the added costs.

    So who does minimum wage truly help?

    #Minimumwage
    The $15 minimum wage would result in 1.3 million workers losing their jobs, a 2019 Congressional Budget Office report estimated. Lobbying for minimum wage increases also puts corporations at a competitive advantage over their small business competitors who cannot afford the added costs. So who does minimum wage truly help? #Minimumwage
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  • https://www.cbo.gov/system/files/2019-07/CBO-55410-MinimumWage2019.pdf
    Minimum Wage Mandate in Biden’s Pandemic Relief Plan Estimated to Wipe Out 1.3 Million Jobs.
    According to a July 2019 estimate by the Congressional Budget Office, raising the federal minimum wage to $15 would lead to the
    loss of 1.3 million jobs while boosting the wages of 17 million workers.
    In an average week in 2025, the $15 option would boost the wages of 17 million workers who would otherwise earn less than $15 per
    hour. Another 10 million workers otherwise earning slightly more than $15 per hour might see their wages rise as well. But 1.3
    million other workers would become jobless, according to CBO’s median estimate. There is a two-thirds chance that the change in
    employment would be between about zero and a decrease of 3.7 million workers. The number of people with annual income below the
    poverty threshold in 2025 would fall by 1.3 million.
    The $15 option would affect family income in a variety of ways. In CBO’s estimation, it would:
    Boost workers’ earnings through higher wages, though some of those higher earnings would be offset by higher rates of joblessness.
    Reduce business income and raise prices as higher labor costs were absorbed by business owners and then passed on to consumers;
    Reduce the nation’s output slightly through the reduction in employment and a corresponding decline in the nation’s stock of
    capital (such as buildings, machines, and technologies).
    On the basis of those effects and CBO’s estimate of the median effect on employment, the $15 option would reduce total real
    (inflation-adjusted) family income in 2025 by $9 billion, or 0.1 percent.
    https://www.cbo.gov/system/files/2019-07/CBO-55410-MinimumWage2019.pdf Minimum Wage Mandate in Biden’s Pandemic Relief Plan Estimated to Wipe Out 1.3 Million Jobs. According to a July 2019 estimate by the Congressional Budget Office, raising the federal minimum wage to $15 would lead to the loss of 1.3 million jobs while boosting the wages of 17 million workers. In an average week in 2025, the $15 option would boost the wages of 17 million workers who would otherwise earn less than $15 per hour. Another 10 million workers otherwise earning slightly more than $15 per hour might see their wages rise as well. But 1.3 million other workers would become jobless, according to CBO’s median estimate. There is a two-thirds chance that the change in employment would be between about zero and a decrease of 3.7 million workers. The number of people with annual income below the poverty threshold in 2025 would fall by 1.3 million. The $15 option would affect family income in a variety of ways. In CBO’s estimation, it would: Boost workers’ earnings through higher wages, though some of those higher earnings would be offset by higher rates of joblessness. Reduce business income and raise prices as higher labor costs were absorbed by business owners and then passed on to consumers; Reduce the nation’s output slightly through the reduction in employment and a corresponding decline in the nation’s stock of capital (such as buildings, machines, and technologies). On the basis of those effects and CBO’s estimate of the median effect on employment, the $15 option would reduce total real (inflation-adjusted) family income in 2025 by $9 billion, or 0.1 percent.
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