Do Remote Bosses Cause Inequality Analysis

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In the article, “Do Remote Bosses Cause Inequality?” (Sept. 19, 2015), Froma Harrop claims that “Bosses and their investors are grabbing most of the profits.” The piece details what Harrop says to be a reason for the widening pay gap that’s not exactly economic. The unemployment has fell to a low percentage of 5.1 and productivity gains are present which are supposed to lead to higher wages; lowest wages are essentially falling, although workers are producing and making the needful in the same amount of time. Harrop argues one of the many reasons for the lack of a raise in paychecks: the apparent remoteness of the boss and the employee. Harrop mainly supports her argument through the use of anecdotes and statistics of past and present events
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