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  • 16 Apr

    Why you should feed the trolls

    "Don't feed the trolls" is part of the Internet folklore, passed down from father to son, mother to daughter. I would like to challenge that idea and explain why sometimes you need to engage with the trolls. Read more

  • 08 Apr

    11 excuses people give for not paying a living wage

    We recently launched our Living Wage calculator, a tool that helps you decide whether you are paying your domestic worker enough. The response was overwhelming, mostly positive but also many negative (and downright racist). In this post I examine some common excuses that naysayers give when justifying why they pay low wages. Read more

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