Employee Free Choice Act Awaits Presidential Election


There is a good chance that the Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA) may come back to life in January 2009. The Act, as passed by the United States House of Representatives in March of last year, would dramatically change how unions can organize and provide unions with tremendous leverage over employers.

The EFCA involves three major changes in labor laws that impact employers.

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