Labor Law Reform and the EFCA (Employee Free Choice Act): What’s Next?

June 16, 2010 at 7:15am
Nancy Yaffe
The Olympic Collection Regency Ballroom3rd Floor
11301 Olympic Blvd
Los Angeles, CA

So did you think that labor law reform under the Obama administration is dead? Think again. While the Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA) will probably not pass, that proposed legislation contains many changes to federal labor law as we know it that may very well be implemented in some form or another by the reconstituted National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). In fact, most professionals agree that the Obama administration has a very short window before mid-term elections to make some key labor related changes, and to incentivize his union constituency to support Democrats in the upcoming elections.

Attend this session to learn about traditional labor law and what changes might be coming soon. Learn how a company can become unionized, and how that might become easier if the law changes. Learn what rights employees have under the National Labor Relations Act even if they are non-union. And most importantly, learn what steps you can take legally to prevent your company from becoming unionized, both before and during a union organizing campaign.