In a big win for American workers, the Protecting the Right to Organize or PRO Act passed the House of Representatives Tuesday by a vote of 225-206. The PRO Act would crack down on employers who fire workers for exercising their legal right to form a union, and would give “gig workers” such as Uber and Lyft drivers the right to form unions for the first time. The Act also provides for mediation and arbitration when workers form a union but can’t reach agreement with their employer on a first contract, and clarifies that immigrant workers too enjoy the protections of the National Labor Relations Act, regardless of their immigration status. Now the PRO Act goes to the Senate for action.
http://catholiclabor.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/CLN-logo_565x100.jpg 0 0 Clayton Sinyai http://catholiclabor.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/CLN-logo_565x100.jpg Clayton Sinyai2021-03-11 15:00:362021-03-11 15:00:36In Win for Workers, PRO Act Passes House