Most people concerned about “Card Check” understand the proposed bill represents an assault on the sacred American tradition of casting secret ballots.
What business owners must know: the law removes the requirement that labor unions tell employers about organizing drives. It also forces businesses to accept decisions by federal-government arbitrators.
According to the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, under the “Card Check” law, arbitrators’ decisions would tell businesses how to operate “for the duration of the contract such as the wages, benefits, ability to use employees most productively, and how many employees would be used for specific tasks.”
Now you know why BIPPS board chair Kathy Gornik went all the way to Washington to expose – and oppose – this blatant attack on our capitalistic freedom.