Oppose the Obama Labor Board's Ambush Elections Scheme

Dear Concerned American,

Through Monday August 22, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is accepting public comments on its proposed rule changes to union certification election procedures.

The new election guidelines would make union certification elections as one-sided as possible by ambushing workers with quick-snap elections and invading workers' privacy by forcing companies to hand over their addresses, phone numbers, and shift schedules to union bosses.

Please watch the video on the right to see National Right to Work Foundation staff attorney William Messenger's presentation at the NLRB's open meeting exposing the dangers to individual workers posed by the proposed rules.

After watching the video, please join the thousands of concernced citizens who have already filed their comments with the NLRB. So far, the Board has received over 8,000 comments -- overwhelmingly pro-Right to Work and against the ambush election procedures.

Tell the Obama Labor Board that, as a concerned citizen, you oppose:
  1. Ambush elections that allow aggressive union organizers to conduct one-sided unionization campaigns and deny workers sufficient time to educate themselves and coworkers about the effects of unionization and organize in opposition to the union;

  2. Invading workers' privacy and exposing them to intimidating "home visits" by forcing employers to provide to union organizers the name, home address, phone number, email address, and shift schedule of each worker;

  3. Abusive card check campaigns in which union organizers lie, trick, or harass workers into signing "union authorization cards" -- a practice that could become significantly more prevelant under the proposed rules because union organizers may withdraw the election petition but keep the list of employees' personal information to launch a card check campaign at a later date.
Click here to register your opposition to the NLRB's latest union-boss power grab

The bureaucrats at the Obama Labor Board are out of control. Demand they stop acting as an organizing tool for Big Labor.

I hope you'll act right away.

Mark Mix
Mark Mix
President, National Right to Work Foundation

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