THE WORKPLACE WARS AND CARD CHECK
- Viper 123's Blog via TPM Cafe
The National Labor Relations Act of 1935 gives most private sector employees three rights by law. 1. The right to organize. 2. To be able to engage in collective bargaining. 3. And to be able to take part in a strike. For anyone to form an argument that would make any of this unfair to employers would be baffling to me. My opinion would be that it's an argument that would never be able to be substantiated.
The most common metaphor I use when describing the historical relationship between American employers and employees is a 'seaworthy' one. Think about a Great White Shark. Think about a Harbor Seal. One represents the employer and one represents the employees. Smart people follow this web site; I don't need to explain further.