Policymakers can focus on refining the body of legally binding socio-economic responsibilities of the corporations throughout the world by implementing a series of rules that form a body of a civic minimum responsibility. These civic minimum may be able to be best implemented by national level governments, but there is to be the understanding that across the globe, there are minimums that should in fact be met at a certain date. Allowing adequate progress on these civic minimums would allow nations that are more progressive to aid less progressive nations to adopt model legislation that can be effective in their own nation. These civic minimums would be focused on what corporations must be paying their employees, providing basic needs, and other baseline requirements that could be attainable in a short time. However there certainly will be pushback from the corporations if they are not consulted in the process of making these civic minimums, and should be consulted with to ensure buy in, at least in the abstract. It will still be the onus of governmental bodies to ensure that these corporations are following written law and statutes in their goals to be a fully responsible member of the international effort to solve the great problems of socio-economic inequality across the globe.