The National Council of Chain Restaurants and its parent organization are assailing the National Labor Relations Board’s proposed rule changes to the union election process as being “nothing but a backdoor card check,” claiming the changes could prove costly to small businesses and their employees. “Unions weren’t able to get the Employee Free Choice Act through Congress, so they’re using administrative procedures at the NLRB to turn as much of the bill ...
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