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Monday, October 10, 2011

Rep. Kline Introduces Workforce Democracy and Fairness Act

Kline Introduces Workforce Democracy and Fairness Act

House Committee on Education and the Workforce Chairman John Kline (R-MN) introduced the Workforce Democracy and Fairness Act to help prevent the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) from implementing sweeping changes to our workplaces.

In recent months, the NLRB has quietly advanced an activist agenda that empowers unions to manipulate the workforce for their own gain while restricting an employer’s right to communicate with their employees and crippling an employee’s ability to make a fully informed decision. The Workforce Democracy and Fairness Act will force the NLRB to change course and reaffirm the protections workers and employers have received for decades.

“There is no doubt the board’s radical actions will wreak havoc on businesses, and in turn, our economy,” Chairman Kline said. “Employers will be forced to dedicate their limited resources to managing labor relations instead of expanding operations and hiring new workers. Read More.

To read the bill, here
To read a bill summary of H.R. 3094, here
To learn more about H.R. 3094, here