No one business is large enough to significantly effect our macro-economy. I'm all for libertarianism when and where it works, but in this case, it can't work. That's where government comes in as a legitimate factor, when individual business doesn't provide what we need, then government can create mandates or programs that will.
You seem to be describing a VERY foolish employer. The good news is, most employers are not so silly as to do this...they understand that you staff for the labor, not for the cost of the staff.US Conservative;1064098476]If an employers labor expenses are raised through legislation, the employer has the options of reducing the number of hours worked by each employee, or of laying off an employee.Again, this implies that our hypothetical incredibly foolish employers was not already getting a decent amount of productivity out of their employees, OR that said foolish employer is now going to give more HOURS to the existing employees...This would lead to less service and more work for the remaining employees,According to you OWN Misis backed economic beliefs, competition would prevent this from happening.OR the employer could raise prices to pass on the costs, making them less competitive which also hurts them long run.
In the end the employee, employer, and consumer are harmed by govt intervention into the employee-employer contract. This is basic econ, bro. Did you get any college?
Did you, smart guy?