A new president. A new Congress. A new reality facing business leaders: possible, imminent enactment of the Employee Free Choice Act.

The EFCA, which was introduced on March 10 in the House of Representatives and Senate, dramatically modifies the National Labor Relations Act on how employees select unions and how unions and employers negotiate collective bargaining agreements. To understand the change, let’s talk current law.

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