The Employee Free Choice Act is likely to go before Congress early next year. Harley Shaiken and David Madland outline the facts you need to know.
Congress should enact and the president should sign and enforce the Employee Free Choice Act. The Act would require employers to recognize a union after a majority of workers signs cards authorizing union representation.
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The Employer Free Choice Act provides a fairer way for workers to choose union representation while preserving the secret ballot.
Proposed Employee Free Choice Act would help restore illegally eroded workers’ rights and rebuild the middle class.
The Bush administration’s rollback of workers’ rights exacerbates rising health care costs, declining benefits, and growing personal debt.
Debate over the Employee Free Choice Act is a first step toward restoring rights and advancing the interests of American workers.