It looks like the world is finally getting back to normal. Unfortunately, our “normal” means attacking businesses.

Businesses need relief. They have been struggling to push forward in the face of unprecedented obstacles and blatant hostility, oftentimes coming from elected officials who ignore constant advocacy efforts from the business community. These attacks are under cover of clever titles and artificially positive and popular words, but it is time to expose them for what they really are.

One of these attacks is the PRO (Protecting the Right to Organize) Act, which has once again been introduced in Congress. This bill is a litany of every failed attempt from the past 30 years of labor policy, packaged nicely into a catchy title. Unfortunately, the PRO Act is not as it seems on the surface, as it will undermine workers’ rights, ensnare employees, eliminate independent contracting, and disrupt the economy. Furthermore, it would affect the ability of businesses to continue to work with a certain level of transparency, trust, and respect between employees and employers.


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