Banning Captive Audience Meetings

We know that unions raise the standard of working conditions and wages for all workers, strengthen the overall economy and decrease inequality. Right now, only 6% of private sector workers are unionized, and 34% of public sector workers.

Captive audience meetings are mandatory meetings held by employers and frequently used as a tactic in union-busting campaigns. This legislation would protect employee freedom of speech and conscience and freedom to organize by preventing employers from requiring employees to attend these mandatory meetings.