“The Employee Free Choice Act: Piercing the Rhetoric” is the title of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s recent publication supporting its position that no part of EFCA can be justified and that it is in the best interests of employees and employers alike if the bill is never enacted.

The publication analyzes the EFCA’s three main provisions (card check certification for union organizing, compulsory arbitration of first contracts, and increased penalties on employers), explaining each provision and rebutting  common rhetoric used by organized labor in supporting the EFCA.  The publication responds directly to organized labor’s relentless efforts to get the EFCA or some version of it passed.

The complete publication is available for downloading on the U.S. Chamber of Commerce website: