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CDW Submits Amicus Brief in Caesar’s Entertainment

Washington, D.C. – On October 5, CDW and nine other employer organizations filed an amicus brief with the NLRB in Caesar’s Entertainment.  The Board requested briefs from stakeholders on whether the agency should revisit in the Caesar’s case its 2014 Obama-era decision in Purple Communications, which allowed workers to use their employers’ email systems for organizing purposes. CDW’s brief calls […]

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CDW Submits Amicus Letter on Motion to Recuse in McDonalds Case

Washington, D.C. – On August 28, the Coalition for a Democratic Workplace (CDW), along with several other associations, submitted an amicus letter to the National Labor Relations Board in support of McDonald’s USA’s opposition to the Service Employees International Union’s Motion to Recuse Chairman John Ring and Member William Emanuel from their case. As CDW […]

CDW In The New

CDW op-ed warns of a ‘card-check’ sequel that’s worse than the original

Today, the Washington Examiner published an op-ed from Coalition for a Democratic Workplace chair Kristen Swearingen York titled “Stealing workers’ secret ballots: A ‘card-check’ sequel that’s worse than the original,” which reads: Summer is the season for bad sequels. This time, it’s a handful of U.S. lawmakers — led by Sens. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and […]

Independent Contractor

National Coalition Warns Of Sanders and Warren’s “Workplace Democracy Attack”

The Coalition for a Democratic Workplace (CDW) launched a multi-prong educational campaign to push back against the so-called “Workplace Democracy Act”—an unwise, unfair, anti-democratic bill that revives the failed “card check” scheme to eliminate secret ballot elections

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