Unless you’re a distant relative of Jimmy Hoffa, odds are you aren’t so thrilled with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) right now. (And if you were setting those odds, chances are you weren’t that big a fan of Jimmy, either.)
In an effort to solidify and centralize (unionize?) the current sentiment of dissatisfaction many employers feel towards the NLRB, the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) and the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) have launched an online campaign in support of the Protecting Jobs from Government Interference Act.
The campaign mainly focuses on the NLRB’s recent complaint against Boeing, claiming that actions such as these are what is stopping businesses like yours from creating jobs and making it too difficult to get the economy back on track.
With so much heated discussion regarding the NLRB’s recent actions, we at ACCR are curious to see what you think about the issue. We ask you to tweet @hridiot to let us know how you feel about the NLRB’s recent complaints and decisions and whether or not they are hurting, helping, or not even affecting you and your company.
To learn more about NAM and NFIB’s online campaign for the Protecting Jobs from Government Interference Act, click here.