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News :: Labor
WHY does The Coalition for a Democratic Workplace and TV Star Johnny Sacks from the Sopranos continue to Spread LIES and misinformation about the Employee Free Choice Act?
16 Feb 2009
Contrary to the lies and distortions displayed in CDW’s new TV ad and on its website, the Employee Free Choice Act does not take secret ballots away from workers.
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The legislation instead offers employees an alternative to the current, broken system that is slanted heavily in favor of management against workers. In fact, the bill would ensure that workers can choose their own union formation process, either through majority sign-up or a National Labor Relations Board election.

Who They Are: A corporate front group funded by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the Associated Builders and Contractors, and the Wal-Mart dominated Retail Industry Leaders Association, the CDW does the dirty work for these corporate interests through TV ads and public relations campaigns meant to block the Employee Free Choice Act and other pro-worker policies.

Money spent on the anti-worker campaign: $30 million to fight the Employee Free Choice Act over the next year.

LEARN MORE at American Rights at Work.

Coalition for a Democratic Workplace Exposed

For More Information on EFCA please visit our websites and blog



Tags: The Coalition for a Democratic Workplace, Employee Free Choice Act, EFCA, Card Check, Sopranos Johnny Sack,Vincent Curatola, Employee Freedom Action Committee, Americans for Job Security, Save our Secret Ballot, Alliance for Worker Freedom, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, lobbyist Richard Berman, Center For Union Facts, Union Busting, Union Avoidance, Walmart, Workforce Fairness Institute

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