Organizing & Labor Laws

While US labor law protects the legal right of workers to form unions, employers regularly block that right. More than half of US workers—nearly 60 million—say they would join a union if they could. Employees who seek to organize face many challenges, often being subjected to harassment and unfair workplace threats and intimidation from employers.

 

Employer Interference to Organizing Drives

75% of companies hire consultants or union-busters to help them fight union organizing drives. Get the facts on employer interference here.

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National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)

The labor board is charged with enforcing employers' and unions' compliance with the Wagner Act.

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