How are they paying less than the market? I would guess outside the US the market for field labor is less than $2/hr and inside the US that is the norm.Paying less than the market will bare by using employees that have highly limited options is, pretty much by definition, exploitation. I'm sorry you have a poor vocabulary, but you'll have ot take it up with the morons who failed in your education, not me.
You are suggesting that they shut down their business and lay off their current employees which are probably in the 10's of thousands. So we would be injecting that many more people into an already overcrowded welfare base.What the **** do I care where they work?
You have yet to explain that.Cause they exploit their labor force.
Your suggestions on how to fix it are not reality. These farmers cannot run their businesses on your ideas. They have to deal with existing laws and the existing market and the existing spending habits of their customer bases.I know, but unlike you I'm not just whining about the problem. I'm offering solutions based on the reality that is the innate stupidity of mankind. That problem can only be solved by changing the current laws and allowing businesses which rely on bad business models (like these farms) to fail.
Explain a business model using existing laws.Operate using a good business model instead of a ****ty one.
These people dont have the option. They are not working and there is a labor intensive job being offered. The option they are looking at is be a leech or work.Ask yourself this: Would you rather work 45 hours a week in an easy job or 40 hours a week in back breaking labor in order to earn the same total income?
It is not their business model. it is the industries business model. Again American Farm owners pay their laborers more than anywhere else in the world and suffer for it. You are yet to provide a realistic alternative.If your business model is such that the people you wish to employ have such choices, the problem is with your ****ty business model, not the labor force.