I have a confession to make. While I've been self-employed, I've never owned a complex enterprise like a manufacturing business. Which means that I have to look to those of you who do for insight into the details and challenges involved.
I'm not a fan of paperwork, especially of the administrative variety that goes hand-in-hand with employing a lot of people, or meeting regulatory reporting requirements. But from my limited entrepreneurial experience, I can certainly imagine the expense, frustration, resignation, or even anger, that might be engendered by a new set of rules.
On the other hand, I'm also aware that while the mechanisms may be unwieldy or burdensome, the intent is usually laudable, if, perhaps, misguided. As I once was told, the road to a certain infernal destination is paved with good intentions.