A Crisis of Trust

Within the next year, it seems likely that three things will happen, each of which will put added pressure on employers. In likely order of occurrence they are: Health care legislation – The odds are that some kind of health care bill will soon be signed into law. While this is generally ...

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Being Union-Free Involves Commitment & Real Work

Our readers have seen consistent mention of the potential risks to workers and employers alike posed by currently contemplated Employee Free Choice (EFCA), or so-called “card check” legislation. We continue to believe that any statute that negates a worker’s right to have the serious matter of ...

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EFCA and March Madness

Before it was even re-introduced in the U.S. Congress last week, the Employee Free Choice Act (Card Check) legislation produced howls from many in the business community over the fact that, if approved, the bill would make it decidedly (and unreasonably) easier for unions to organize workers. ...

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EFCA – More Real than You May Think

It is no accident that, in the past few weeks, it feels as though we’re being bombarded by television ads promoting the so called, “Employee Free Choice Act” (EFCA). We are. Big Labor has launched a multi-million dollar ad campaign to stir up interest and support for “card check” legislation ...

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“Employee Free Choice Act” – A Storm is Brewing

Recent conversations with executives from a variety of industries give rise to concern that the so called “Employee Free Choice Act” now dormant in the 110th Congress is being largely and unwisely ignored by American business. I say, “unwisely” because the legislation is materially dangerous to ...

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