Posts Tagged ‘EFCA’

The Case for More Union Power

By Liza Featherstone

It was surreal, last month, to see Citigroup organizing the business community against the Employee Free Choice Act [1], a bill that would make it easier for workers to join unions by forcing employers to recognize a union after a majority of workers have signed cards. Here is a company whose CEO, Vikram [...]


Students Speak Out this Week in Support of the Employee Free Choice Act

Big business is spending millions on its campaign of misinformation on the Employee Free Choice Act and is hailing the bill’s death in the Senate. Unfortunately for these anti-worker interests, the fight for a level playing field between CEOs and workers, freedom of association in the workplace, and an economy that works for everyone is just heating up—and students are now leading the charge!


Watch the New Video Supporting the Employee Free Choice Act!

Watch our New Video and Take Action
America’s workers are struggling to make ends meet. But when workers are free to choose to join a union, our economy can work for everyone again.
That’s why we need the Employee Free Choice Act—a bill in Congress that would help level the playing field and give workers the freedom [...]

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