The Impact of the Employee Free Choice Act

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The Impact of the Employee Free Choice Act
The Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA) stands as landmark legislation which allows President Obama to placate powerful Union forces, while at the same time giving service to business owners who potentially face the consequences of labor organization at the work site. From the position of its supporters, the EFCA allows employees even in small businesses the opportunity to organize, and appreciate the benefits that Union leadership can provide. From the position of the detractors, the EFCA gives powerful Unions yet another lever in controlling businesses, which could cripple the ability for many businesses to remain competitive in the global marketplace. In spite of the potential gains that the...
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.....ure with baggage that limits productivity.
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