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Precision Metalforming Association - The Employee Free Choice Act

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Published on Feb 4, 2009

The new Congress and their Big Labor buddies are about to put another nail into the coffin of American manufacturing to make it easier for labor to organize your shop!

High on the priority list for Big Labor with the new Administration and Congress is the so- called Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA), also known as the card check bill. This bill could be disastrous for American manufacturers. If enacted, this bill could strip workers of a private ballot when voting on whether to unionize, opening workers up to intimidation and coercion from union bosses. Not only does it take away workers rights, another dangerous provision of the bill could force companies into mandatory arbitration where a federal arbitrator, after 120 days of negotiations, can impose a binding 2-year contract on all parties.

This legislation is an assault on the fundamental American principle of the private ballot, which our entire democratic system is based upon. It marks a dramatic step in the wrong direction for preserving Americas global competitiveness while providing high paying jobs to American workers.
We need YOU to send a message TODAY to your Representative and Senators to urge them to oppose the Employee Free Choice Act and instead support common sense solutions to encourage manufacturing in America!

Action is needed NOW to protect businesses by ensuring the EFCA does not pass Congress.

Please watch the short educational video above on the impact the Employee Free Choice Act could have on your business.

Then click here to send a letter to your Member of Congress and Senator urging them to vote NO on this far reaching legislation.

Thank you in advance for your immediate action!

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