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Fighting Big Labor’s Agenda at the NLRB

Boxing gloves to fight the NLRB

The National Labor Relations Act calls for a balance between the interests of unions and business and for the NLRB to act as a neutral party in resolving disputes. Unfortunately, dramatic policy shifts threaten both workers and employers and will undermine the NLRB’s ability to act as an impartial agency.

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Beyond Belief

Beyond Belief

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Does Current Law Require “Card-Check” Union Recognition? The National Labor Relations Act protects the right “to form, join, or assist” a union, and it also protects “the right to refrain from any or all of such activities...”

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Data on Union Elections Obscures Long-Term Decline in Membership

Data on Union Elections Obscures Long-Term Decline in Membership

Digging Deeper

A great deal of attention has recently focused on the so-called “revitalization” of unions, however, this would not be the first time the media has overplayed an uptick in organizing.

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