Labor Pains: Because Being in a Union can be Painful

The Employee Rights Act

The campaign to educate Americans about the need for labor law reform continues today as the Center for Union Facts placed a new ad in the New York Times.

Once a workplace is unionized it is nearly impossible for employees to decertify a union. As a result, millions of unionized employees work in union shops where they have never had the opportunity to vote on whether or not they want to remain represented by that union.

The Employee Rights Act requires that every unionized workplace have a supervised secret ballot election every three years to determine whether employees want to continue to be represented by any incumbent union.

You can read more about the Employee Rights Act at www.Employee Rights or you can join our new Facebook page.

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