It is clear that there will be no minimum wage laws after the Prime Law. How does society ensure proper wages and employee rights without laws?

Twelve Visions Party’s Statement: …Under the Prime Law, the government will not decide what people are paid. Only the employers and employees can decide or negotiate business arrangements. Free market organizations will fill the need of making sure employees are dealt with fairly.

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One Response to “It is clear that there will be no minimum wage laws after the Prime Law. How does society ensure proper wages and employee rights without laws?”

  • Doc Morris:

    This falls under free enterprise and needs no rules or regulations by the government. Also, as taught by the Prime Literature under Company Capture and Personnel Capture, a fare wage for a service provided, called “Pay Per Performance”. True pay per performance is not an hourly wage or a salary, but a percentage or share division of the profits you bring into the company. The closest to this in the AC world is a “profit sharing” benefit some companies provide. This “profit sharing” would replace the current “hourly wage” system and be fair for everyone. If the company fails to provide a livable income, the I simply move on to a different company, or start my own business.

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