- Posted in: Thoughts
- On: 26 May 2020
What’s very apparent is how a few people have profited and amassed so much personal wealth that is almost sickening given how many employees can barely afford healthcare, never mind the overwhelmingly high unemployment.
Wouldn’t it be better if companies are not allowed to pay shareholders profit unless they meet a year-on-year increase in employment to even out the playing field? I’m sure smarter people could work out a logical incentive for companies to rather employ people rather than be penalized for their excessive profits and the definition of being wealth becomes how many people do you employ instead of how much profit you make.