With the addition of the control of salmon in this area, we are taking the experience to the next level, improving the efficiency of the JDP," said Pascal Savouret, executive director of EFCA
"It's an attempt to publicize unions because EFCA
failed and is probably dead for the foreseeable future."
"We wanted a jobs bill and EFCA
right off the bat," Teamster President James P.
fell into a gridlock over the summer, recent developments on "compromise" discussions between leading EFCA
proponents in the Senate indicate the possibility that the card-check provision could be eliminated from the bill to move it forward.
Orion Media bought the ads for a group called the Employee Freedom Action Committee, which opposed the EFCA
The opposition by business groups to EFCA
has been vociferous, and they have apparently succeeded in creating an atmosphere on Capitol Hill that appears to make it difficult for supporters to generate the 61 votes needed in the Senate to break a filibuster and bring the bill to a vote.
In addition to doing away with an employee's expectation of a secret ballot election, the EFCA
would require collective bargaining negotiations within just 10 days of union certification.
proposes to replace the secret-ballot election system administered by the National Labor Relations Board with a card-check system in which a union can be organized if a majority of employees sign a card.
was created in 2006 to localize Eurasia Foundation's operations with offices in Almaty, Kazakhstan; Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan; Osh, Kyrgyzstan; and Dushanbe, Tajikistan.
Tuna fishing is very closely monitored by the European Fisheries Control Agency (EFCA
), together with the member states and the European Commission, in the framework of a joint deployment plan that combines inspections at sea, air surveillance, electronic monitoring and control and cross-linking of data.
Chamber of Commerce and other business interests has effectively halted the pro-union Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA