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Card check (also called majority sign-up) is a method for employees to organize into a labor union in which a majority of employees in a bargaining unit sign authorization forms, or "cards", stating they wish to be represented by the union.
Since the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) became law in 1935, card check has been an alternative to the National Labor Relations Board's (NLRB) election process.
Currently, employers can choose to accept — but are not bound by law to accept — the signed decision of a majority of workers.
That choice should be left up to workers and workers alone.
People call the current National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) election system a secret ballot election — but in fact it's not like any democratic election held anywhere else in our society.
It's really a management-controlled election process because corporations have all the power.
Under Card Check, if more than 50% of workers at a facility sign a card, the government would have to certify the union, and a private ballot election would be prohibited--even if workers want one.
Sadly, many employers resort to spying, threats, intimidation, harassment and other illegal activity in their campaigns to oppose unions.Over 70% of voters agree that a private election is better than card check.1.