EMAIL YOUR SENATORS TO CO-SPONSOR THE EMPLOYEE RIGHTS ACT
The Employee Rights Act (S.1712) would protect workers from union pressure by putting power in the hands of employees and making union leaders more accountable to their members.
The Heritage Foundation explains that this bill would guarantee employees the right to vote privately in a secret ballot election before forming a union, opt out of having their personal contact information provided to a union during an organizing drive, vote in a secret ballot election before accepting a contract or going on strike, vote regularly on re-electing their union, decide whether their union can spend their dues on matters unrelated to collective bargaining, and be free from union interference or extortion in exercising their legal rights.
The Employee Rights Act would solve problems workers face today – including problems enshrined in current labor law. The bill would help restore a balance of power in the workplace from unions to workers.
Use this form to email your Senators with the message that the Employee Rights Act should be supported: