No, I do not believe that. We have other laws besides the minimum wage laws that prevent that.<quoted text>Okay then let's talk about minimum wage. Do you believe if American companies had free will to do anything they wanted American workers would not become like the slaves they have in China at .30 cents an hour? America was grown out of the middle class worker. Those middle class jobs pay were union or based on union pay. Look at ANY chart out there showing the decline of average wages and it follows exactly along with the decline of unions. The US laws are the ONLY thing left standing between the companies and most workers in America making only $1.00 an hour.
I acknowledge the benefit of unions prior to unions becoming what they are today.
Here's the fact:
A proficient worker can go from one company to another for better pay. The only worker that is confined to minimum wage is the worker that is so worthless no other company wants them.
A person should be paid what they are worth to the company that employs them. If they don't like it, go get more money elsewhere.
Or, that person has to admit they are useless and stays where they are, working for what they are worth.