InfluenceWatch Podcast #212:
A New ERA: The Employee Rights Act

We’ve discussed the Protecting the Right to Organize Act on the show before—it’s a laundry list of bad ideas pushed by Big Labor and its allies in Congress that would increase unions’ power to coerce workers into joining and paying dues and increase their power to disrupt national economic and social life.

But for supporters of individual employee rights, there is now an alternative model of labor relations reform: the Employee Rights Act, recently reintroduced with an expanded vision of the modern workplace.

Joining me to discuss the proposed legislation is Vinnie Vernuccio, president of the Institute for the American Worker.

Listen to “Episode 212: A New ERA: The Employee Rights Act” on Spreaker.

  • Institute for the American Worker: Employee Rights Act Backgrounder
  • Institute for the American Worker: PRO Act Backgrounder
  • Capital Research Center: Contesting the PRO Act’s Coercive Vision
  • Institute for the American Worker: Labor News Today
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    Michael is Research Director for Capital Research Center and serves as the managing editor for InfluenceWatch. A graduate of the College of William and Mary, he previously worked for a…
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