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It’s Time Employers Showed Workers the Money

For the first time in decades, it’s a worker’s market

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There is an unspoken agreement between Williams Sonoma and its store-level employees. In exchange for wages well below the poverty line, workers get discounts on the company’s upscale kitchen supplies. My wife’s employment there a few years ago is a case…




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