Monday, January 12, 2009

Gould on the EFCA

Gould_bill William Gould, currently at Stanford and formerly NLRB Chair during the Clinton administration, has been kind enough to share with us his thoughts on the Employee Free Choice Act.  He argues that labor and management should compromise: (1) elections should be held within 10-15 days of a union filing an election petition; (2) Board election proceedings should be nearly unappealable; and (3) union organizers should have the right to respond during work time to captive audience speeches.

Here's the full text of Gould's remarks: Gould_on_the_efca.


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