November 21, 2013
Sen. Reid’s political gambit opens the door to bypassing bipartisan debate on legislation and jamming through on broadly unpopular legislative efforts that have previously been rejected, such as card check.Read more »
July 16, 2013
“We’re pleased with an outcome that preserves the integrity of the Senate’s role in nominations and the important institutional processes of the Senate. Today’s agreement is a tacit admission that the President’s nominations of two illegally recess appointed individuals led to unnecessary tension. Thankfully, the nominees that accepted the illegal recess appointments will be withdrawn and the process of filling the NLRB can begin in good faith and in earnest.Read more »
July 14, 2013
“Don’t Nuke the Senate” warns constituents and politicians alike about the fallout from what has been called, “Harry Reid’s Nuclear Option,” and there are plans for continued investment in the project, said CDW Chairman Geoffrey Burr.Read more »
November 26, 2013
Wherever Richard Griffin goes, controversy seems to surrounds him. So much so that in his first days as the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) General Counsel, he decided to punitively assault America’s largest private employer, Walmart.Read more: Daily Caller
November 4, 2013
It’s been a tough few years for organized labor as first a national “card check” law bombed in Nancy Pelosi’s Congress and then Michigan, home of the United Autoworkers, stunned the nation by voting for right to work. But Big Labor is still pushing to deny workers’ rights.Read more: Detroit News
October 24, 2013
[S}everal union-backed worker centers including the Restaurant Opportunities Center (ROC) have collectively received hundreds of thousands, if not millions (many states have yet to publicly disclose their navigator funding) of taxpayer dollars to help implement Obamacare prior to the government shutdown.Read more: Townhall.com
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On behalf of millions of employers, the Coalition for a Democratic Workplace (CDW) today filed comments opposing an effort by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) to force firms to post pro-organizing notices in an estimated 6 million workplaces, the vast majority of which are non-union. The rule would require all employers covered by the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) to post a notice setting forth some—but not all—rights under the Act.
Click here to read our press release and here to download a PDF version of the submitted comments.