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WFI Responds To Introduction Of Senate & House Legislation

The Workforce Fairness Institute (WFI) today issued the following statement in response to members of the U.S. Senate and House introducing legislation which will defend the hard-earned rights of American employees and employers that are under attack by union bosses: … Continue reading

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Sen. Isakson Discusses “Micro Units” Legislation On WFI Call

The call highlighted Sen. Isakson’s introduction of S. 1843: the Representation Fairness Restoration Act. Along with 28 cosponsors, Sen. Isakson introduced this legislation in a courageous effort to overturn the NLRB decision allowing unions to organize “micro units.” Continue reading

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Labor Board Tips Scale Toward Unions Again with ‘Mini Union’ Decision

By Senator Johnny Isakson Despite three years of failed economic and employment policies, the Obama Administration and its appointees have chosen to continue their relentless assault on private-sector employers. Rather than empowering businesses to help bring us out of this economic … Continue reading

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Senator Isakson Introduces Bill To Hold NLRB Accountable, Reverse Micro-Units Decision

“The administration’s decision to allow micro bargaining units recklessly disregards the long-standing principles of collective bargaining. This action is yet another example of how President Obama’s appointees at this agency are tipping the scales in favor of unions,” said Isakson. Continue reading

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WFI Applauds Senators Hatch, Enzi and Isakson For Questioning NLRB’s Move Towards “Mini Unions”

Senators Orrin Hatch, Mike Enzi and Johnny Isakson stood up to the pro-Union Boss National Labor Relations Board today, questioning their reasoning in the Specialty Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center of Mobile case that would allow small-employee groups to form “mini … Continue reading

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