Congress receives new anti-salting bills

April 1997
Underground Construction;Apr97, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p6
Trade Publication
Introduces the anti-salting bills by the House and Senate which would prohibit professional union agents and employees from seeking employment with non-union employers with the intent of organizing their workers. Intention of the bill; Salting as a union-organizing tool; Disadvantage of the bill.


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