You can use arrow keys to navigate in the map.
It would help keep people out of poverty and reduce poverty related costs.
It is unclear how many people could be supported by one person's wage - a family of 3, or 4, or 5? A suitable cutoff would further assist in family planning.
Large firms already live and die on public largess of one kind or another and they have shown that they cannot be trusted to efficiently allocate resources of their own accord. If the poor are not free to go back to the land, they need some other last resort be it GBI or living wage or economy dies
People who aren't worth high wages will be far less able to find fulltime work.
Large, well-connected firms that cannot survive in a pure global market without government intervention on their behalf of one sort or another exist, we should expect that workers do the same.
To some degree this wage should be supplemented by the government, to avoid causing unemployment
This would encourage businesses to make most positions part time and only retain a few token full time positions as part time has not been held to equal standards.
This would be a horribly impractical law. "Full time work" is arbitrary and there is no reason that people should have to work that long for a basic standard of living.
Improving education, the social safety net and business opportunities is a better bet.
Full time may be arbitrary, but it's universally agreed upon (in this country). Disregarding that, this was the original intent of the minimum wage. It would be good to return to this.