Looking over the information in the tour I'm aware this might be too opinion based or require too long answers, so I apologies in advance if this is off topic.
In an attempt to keep the question tightly focused I'll restrict it to one specific example.
Recently Bernie Sanders has been taking aim at large corporations that make significant profits while leaving employees struggling to buy food and healthcare. One of the more prominent examples is the Disney Corporation.
According to online information in 2017 Disney made a net profit of 9.8bn USD and employed approx 200,000 people. If we assumed that 80% of these employees were the low wage earners referred to by Bernie Sanders, taking approximately 10% of this net profit and redistributing it as wages would allow for a pay rise for each individual of over $2 an hour.
A net profit of $8bn would still seem to indicate a very healthy company that would presumably be attractive to shareholders and investors. What other economic impacts would be expected if Disney reduced it's net profit margin by 10% purely by increasing low wage employee remuneration? Or what is wrong with the publicly available numbers/my understanding that means these figures are inaccurate?