The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) will soon stop accepting comments on a proposed rule change to reform private sector union elections. As it stands now, employers can prevent workers from voting to form a union by filing lawsuits – many of which are frivolous.
The proposed rule changes will close this loophole and return to workers their fundamental right to vote to form a union free of intimidation, bullying or fear of losing their job.
Unsurprisingly, anti-worker groups, like the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, have come out strongly in opposition of the NLRB’s proposed rule change.. Now we have one last chance to make the NLRB hear our voices and to let them know just how wrong anti-worker groups are when it comes to the rights of everyday working people.
Join your voice with ours!
Please sign on to the letter below – we will then submit it to the Board.
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