industryweek : "McDonald’s already replaced order takers with automated kiosks in expensive European markets, and the “$15 per hour” and living wage movements in the U.S. means that kiosks have started to replace workers in the U.S. too. "The end of cheap oil means high unemployment and low wages. But that doesn't mean a frontal attack is the best option. There are dozens of ways to take back a wage increase. Automation is just one of them. And what is the point of trying to get more out of a system that is based on waste and subsidy. First we should stop wasting energy on cars and sprawl.
Monday, January 2, 2017
at 4:28 AM