A recent Rasmussen Poll shows that only 31 percent of Americans actually support increasing the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour. Although other polls have indicated strong support for a higher wage across the country – 80 percent believe the minimum wage should be increased – almost 70 percent believe $15 is just too high. It is reported that the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) has filed a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) against McDonald’s alleging that the chain has engaged in spying on employees active in the union’s Fight for $15 campaigns. It was earlier reported back in February that “several anonymous sources” (don’t you just love that?) confirmed an intelligence unit was involved in tracking employee activities in regard to minimum wage campaigns. And, most likely in an effort to stem further challenges from SEIU and activist employees, McDonald’s this week announced that it was implementing a new set of standards to enhance workplace safety for workers in the wake of a February report of female employees alleging harassment and/or discrimination at both corporate and franchisee owned stores across the McDonald’s universe. Adherence to the new standards will be incorporated in the formal company evaluation process for corporate and franchised locations.