September 26, 2016
By Trey Kovacs
With the presidential election heading into the first debate, what can the next president do to improve national labor and employment policy?
The single most important action the president can make is appoint competent, non-partisan officials to the primary federal labor agencies—the Department of Labor (DOL) and National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).
It is necessary that the next appointees to the positions of Secretary of Labor and NLRB Board members/General Counsel take seriously the purpose of the agencies—to promote opportunities for all workers and to represent the public interest in labor disputes. Unfortunately, the opposite of that has occurred during the Obama administration.
Read the full article at the Competitive Enterprise Institute: How the Next President Can Improve Labor and Employment Policy