``Tyrel Oates, a Wells Fargo employee, emailed the company's CEO directly to ask for a $10,000 raise. What's more is that he also included more than 200,000 other employees in the email chain, asking for a $10,000 for every fellow Wells Fargo employee as well... Oates laid out his poignant argument in great detail in the email, claiming that such a raise for every employee would roughly equate to an hourly wage increase of $4.71 and cost roughly $3 billion.'' -- Getting up in arms about the crushing of the putative middle class due to rising costs and stagnant wages: it's not just for fast food employees anymore...

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