Unions Want Employee Phone Numbers Before Elections – No Privacy Rights According to the NLRB

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There is no privacy in the collective. Privacy rights are an important part of our constitutional rights and they should not be abolished by the NLRB.

The National Labor Relations Chief wants the new union rules rushed. One of the rules requires companies to give employee phone numbers to unions before elections.

So do you want union bosses to have your private information if you don’t agree with their agenda? What happened to privacy? Read more: Fox News

 

 

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