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A Bad Law With A Snappy Acronym Is Still A Bad Law

Law360 (April 23, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- While employers are intently focused on defeating the Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA) (See, The Employer Free Choice Act: It's More Than Just a Misleading Name, Littler Insights, March 2007), the AFL-CIO's Congressional majority is pulling an end run, trying to push another equally troubling piece of pro-labor legislation through Congress. The Re-Empowerment of Skilled and Professional Employees and Construction Trade Workers ("RESPECT") Act, introduced into the Senate and House of Representatives on March 22, 2007, would turn millions of supervisors into rank and file employees...
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