Friday, July 17, 2009

Rhetoric Gearing Back Up on Card Check

The original Employee Free Choice Act is proving politically toxic enough that "compromise" language may look very little like it, which this article from today's New York Times might indicate even waning support from organized labor. The big picture here is that employers can't go to sleep on key issues such as authorization card mandates, campaign timelines, and binding arbitration. A future bill may not sound or look at all like EFCA or "card check" but it could be just as problematic for employers and employees alike.

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