October 09, 2020
Should the Democrats win the presidency and both houses of Congress, we expect that one of the most significant shifts in human resource policy will involve American labor laws.
Following up on last week’s Policy Impact call, a new brief succinctly explains to CHROs four of the most significant aspects of the Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act. The brief details how the bill:
These are just some of the many sweeping changes included in the Act. Others include imposing personal liability on directors and officers for violations, enabling independent contractors to form unions, preventing an employer from holding meetings with their employees to discuss unionization, including supervisors in the voting and bargaining units, and making it easier for unions to organize small subgroups in a workplace.