Legislation working its way through Congress that would radically change the way unions are formed, by eliminating the decades-old union election process, has employers worried on a number of levels.

The bill would allow workers to form unions by signing cards instead of voting, which employers claim would leave them in the dark about organizing activity, giving them no chance to give workers a heads-up about the potential pitfalls of unions.

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