An important question for business leaders is whether they are paying their employees enough to have decent lives. Certainly, if they think that the government poverty threshold is too low, isn’t it their duty to pay much more than the minimum wage? After all, labor productivity has been increasing in the past years while real wages have been stagnant. Shouldn’t workers get a higher share of this productivity increase?
The PRME Anti-poverty Working Group is now launching a Global Survey on Students’ Voice on the SDGs and the Issue of Poverty in Management Education. Deadling June 30th