As you know, the NLRB has been one of the worst offenders among regulatory agencies in their efforts to push an extreme anti-employer, anti-employee agenda and making it more difficult for businesses to create new jobs, start or expand operations, and contribute to economic growth.
One example is the NRLB’s ‘Ambush Elections Rule,’ which would dramatically shorten the time period for union elections, giving employers inadequate time to respond and undermining their free speech. It’s been threatened that the rule could go so far as mandate employers turn over personal information — like phone numbers and email addresses — to Big Labor organizers.
Another threat is the NRLB’s Specialty Healthcare decision, which would toss decades of precedents and allow Big Labor to unionize small portions of a workforce, called micro-unions. That means Big Labor would no longer need to win a majority of workers, and can instead organize small pockets of support.
This Thursday, the Senate Appropriations Committee will vote on amendments aimed at reining in the NLRB and regulations that harm America’s competitiveness.These rules and regulations seek to tilt the paying field and fix the game in favor of Big Labor.
However, efforts to reverse these dangerous rulings have been passed in the House. Now is the time for the Senate to act.
With your help, we can prevent the NLRB’s anti-employer rules from impacting businesses’ ability to grow, hire, and lead our economic recovery. Click here to urge your senator to vote against the threat of Big Labor and micro-unions.