AskProfWolff: Squeezing Workers to Remain Competitive

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A patron asks: "Hello Professor Wolff! I work for a grocery delivery company that has been staying afloat during this time of crisis and protests. As I do wholeheartedly agree with everything you represent and teach I do have one question. My company has not cut hours or asked anyone, to my knowledge, to take a pay cut, yet. Do you project even a company such as this, who is taking care of their employee's and members with grocery orders being delivered to them as an essential service, will ultimately take drastic measures to match the competitiveness in the grater economy as other companies start to downsize and ask employee's to do the same work for less pay?"

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