posted on Nov, 20 2013 @ 09:29 PM
perhaps a reward system would be better. like incentivize the companies to be exceedingly good to their people. since most megacorps don't end up
paying much (if any) taxes, it'll have to be better than tax relief. maybe, for the more they pay their own employees, the cheaper they can buy their
goods as regards import fees. hmm, that might not work either as megacorps most likely already have little (if any) import fees.
you gotta figure if they can save money on the cost of putting goods in their stores, this reflects in cheaper prices of goods, which then is passed
down to the customer who can be lured into their store to buy the exact same item that the other store is selling for more. more customers equals
more sales, like people who buy stuff they didn't really intend to buy when they walked in, but upon seeing it, think --- ooo, i have always wanted
one of those. sale. cha-ching. more sales equals more profits and more profits is a reward for being good to their employees.
p.s. there would have to be different incentives for different types of businesses, too. and this starts to take on the spectre of being an entirely
new branch of government, with miles of red tape and interference
edit on 20-11-2013 by undo because: (no reason given)