Skip to comments.From The People We Look To For Business Advice: The New York Times Fights to Raise the Min. Wage
Posted on 02/28/2014 8:24:12 AM PST by SeekAndFind
The NY Times blurbs their latest attempt to resuscitate the Obama agenda:
Business and the Minimum Wage
By THE EDITORIAL BOARD
Paying workers more can help companies lower turnover and improve productivity.
We hope the Times publishers take this advice to heart as we contemplate these headlines at the Huffington Post:
Clearly the Times could improve morale and workplace stability by giving their employees a 40% raise. Or does the advice they are so happy to dole out to others only work for real businesses?
“Paying workers more can help companies lower turnover...”
Is that really a problem right now? People are generally holding on to what they can get.
With the way that the NYT has been hemorrhaging financially for the past several years, I find it incredible that anybody in their right mind would ever look to that organization for any sort of financial insight.
The NYT is a classic example of how NOT to run a business or manage one’s finances.
Isn't that called "job lock"?
One of the cornerstones of liberalism is hypocrisy
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