In the US? The living wage push. Proponents said it wouldn't happen. So a month later McDonalds presented their touch screen orderer, aka robot clerk and the dollar menus became the $1.75 menu. The burger flipper makes $15.
The problem with the living wage push is that sociological theory that "somebody has to sweep the floors." Bill Gates will slip and crack his head open after getting food poisoning when nobody sanitized the potato chip making machine or mopped up the blood of the last guy who slipped and fell in his office lobby. And the retired alcoholic and stoned teenager with those jobs don't need nor want to put in the effort to make a living wage. In the 3rd world, you get paid by how much poisonous sulfur you carry down the mountain. If you want more money, carry more poison.
Because everyone is equal and needs to be babied OR ELSE, you now take your lazy butt to pay $7 for a tiny, airy, Big Mac and die in a car crash on the way home because there's no budget at the Roads dept because the intern in the call center needs to make a living wage, living in a $35/month crawlspace and living off Ramen.