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Card Check Undermines Workplace Democracy

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Riehl World View: Card Check
No matter who wins the presidency, Democrat majorities in Congress will likely put card check in play. It could be one of the first major fights early next year. Best to make yourself aware of the Dems anticipated play . They want to re-invigorate the unions to put more money in their campaign chests and more jackboots on the ground. TrackBack URL for this entry: Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Card Check : You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post. There are two seperate constraining factors on ... market research, surveys and trends
Card check - The Washington Monthly
The Employee Free Choice Act, its prospects on the Hill, and its support from Barack Obama have already generated considerable interest, and appear to be one of the key Democratic proposals that will draw the most heated Republican opposition. Indeed, opposition began in earnest in the fall, when a group of Southern Republican senators blocked aid to U.S. auto manufacturers, calling it the "first shot against organized labor." In a provocative piece for the upcoming issue of the Washington Monthly , editor T. A. Frank pays particular attention to the bill's "card check" provision, which would empower ... market research, surveys and trends


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Brudney-Neutrality Agreements-Feb 2007-Advance Vol 1 - Neutrality ...
Neutrality Agreements and Card Check Recognition: Prospects for Changing ..... couragement of interference that undermines employee freedom of choice). ..... Craig Becker, Democracy in the Workplace: Union Representation Elections and ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Hotel Workers' Rights Campaign Update following meeting with ...
Swarthmore Labor Action Project (SLAP) would like to update the campus community about the status of the campaign for card check neutrality at the proposed Swarthmore Inn. This week, we met with President Bloom and came to a mutual understanding that the College can make a timely decision, regardless of its economic situation or the status of the hotel project. We communicated to President Bloom that our concern stems from the reality that the hotel’s operator—not the College—will have ultimate control over jobs at the hotel and as such could not be held accountable to the campus community. Consequently, it is imperative that ...
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