Do you want to know what the House Republican leaders think about workforce fairness? You’ll have your chance to find out during a live Facebook discussion on Monday, September 26.
What: Facebook Live with House Republican Leaders
When: Monday, September 26, from 6:00 to 7:00 ET
House Republican leaders, including Majority Leader Eric Cantor, House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy and House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan, want to know what Americans are concerned about, so let’s put workforce fairness front and center! Go to this link and post your question about how Congress will restore fairness to our labor laws.
Here are just a few questions you might want to ask:
• The NLRB continues to overstep its legal boundaries. What are you doing to rectify this situation?
• Should employers have time to express their views on unionization to employees?
• How would you resolve the NLRB complaint against Boeing that could set a harmful precedent for all right-to-work states?
• Under the Obama Administration, the NLRB continues to infringe upon employers’ rights. What do you think Congress should do to stop it?
• How would you stop the NLRB from rewriting labor laws to favor Big Labor?
• What would you do differently than the Obama administration to ensure workforce fairness and appropriate protections for workers and businesses?
• Will Congress implement policies to save jobs in Right-to-Work states from Big Labor bullies?
• Is it too late to reign in the NLRB? Should it be dismantled?
Despite the faltering economy, the Obama Administration is doing all it can to hamstring business owners and workers in order to bail out Big Labor. The NLRB and the Department of Labor are busy issuing new regulations whose only purpose is to beef up the power of union bosses. The only hope of stopping this assault on workforce fairness is for Congress to say “no!” to the Big Labor lackeys in the Obama Administration.
Will Congress stand up against the NLRB’s unprecedented assault on Boeing? Will it stop the Department of Labor from issuing its “Gag Rule” for employers? These questions and many others need to be asked of the House Republican leadership.
Head over to the Facebook page today to post your question, then make sure to log in on Monday to see if it’s answered.