NAM President John Engler has an opinion column in today’s Washington Times entitled, “Union Coercion.”
Under card check, there is no private choice — and no clear end to the election process. Union organizers can take as much time as they want to push someone into signing a card — and they can go into the employee’s home, with one, two, or a full cadre of friends.
In fact, union organizers don’t even have to ask all employees to sign a card — no card, no choice, no vote. And no end in sight to the card-check process. Imagine that workplace environment: continuous, day-after-day-after-day union organizing, becoming more aggressive and no doubt more coercive as the 50 percent (plus one) figure of signature cards gets closer.
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