As the 2008 election cycle intensifies, the organized labor movement is devoting substantial resources to support candidates who will advance its ambitious legislative agenda in 2009, including passage of the Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA).
Jonathan Kane, a partner in the Berwyn office of Pepper Hamilton and chairman of the firm’s Labor and Employment Group, discusses what passage of the EFCA would mean to employers and what they can do now to ensure that union organizers do not target their employees.
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