According to an op-ed in Bloomberg, “many workers employed by Business Roundtable members are still falling well short of earning an adequate living.”
Proponents of the California Recycling and Plastic Pollution Reduction Act are campaigning for a 1-cent tax on single-use plastics. Brands that hawk them would have to pay a penny for each non-recyclable or non-compostable piece of packaging they sell – plastic bottles, potato chip bags, and all that.
– The Washington Post
Shipt shoppers draw most of their income from gratuities, and many say the recent disruptions speak to an emerging two-tier employment system.
– The Wall Street Journal
The U.S. aims to support income, while other countries try to keep employment relationships going. The two have opposite risks.