Although employees can opt out, this is the first of its kind. Making it optional for now, but perhaps there are some convenience perks behind it
RIGHT NOW. Normally changes are done in small steps, getting the populace used to the idea. I think we al know where it's going... I, at one time was
a cash only person, now I rarely have cash on me and I am aware of the issues with a cashless society. I am curious when we will see a quarter of the
working class having a micro chip, not to mention a replacement for credit cards, social security cards or a drivers license.
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