I agree that Caymanians should not live bunked up together like a work camp.
Neither should expatriate workers from Central America, Jamaica, India and the Philippines that are brought to these Islands and exploited; forced to pay for their own work permits, forgo overtime pay and be excluded from pension and medical benefits.
A set minimum wage sounds like a good idea to those on the lower end of the pay scale but it will definitely not stop these blatant breeches of current laws.
How many Caymanians are working for what would be a minimum wage and why?
There is always a higher level of responsibility and pay, regardless of the industry in question.
First look at the education level being provided and look at enforcing existing laws. They are the price of business here in Cayman.