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TheTruthAboutPLAs.com
Learn more about Project Labor Agreements and how they affect your business.

BuildMoreSchools.com
New Online Resource describes the negative impact of PLA mandates on school construction projects.

ShameOnUnionBanners.com
Learn more about “Bannering”, a pressure tactic used by organized labor.


Job Creators believes the best defense against bad government policies is a well-informed public and does this through its Employer to Employee education program.

ABC of Michigan
Visit the ABC of Michigan for statewide legislative information.

Michigan State Senate

Michigan House of Representatives

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ABC members gain the knowledge and representation needed to protect their companies from unfair and anti-competitive business practices. ABC's merit shop philosophy and fair and open competition political agenda ranks among the main reasons why companies join and remain in ABC.

"Merit Shop" is a way of doing business in which companies reward employees based on performance and encourage them to reach their highest level of achievement, and in which contracts are awarded based on safety, quality, and value, regardless of labor affiliation."

For more information about what ABC is doing to fight for your right to work in Michigan, contact Jimmy Greene, Chapter President/CEO, at (989)832-8879.
 

From the monthly archives: September 2013

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Precedent-Setting Decision Upholds Michigan Law Banning PLA

"This landmark decision ends union-based discrimination in the Michigan construction industry and ensures taxpayers get the fiscal accountability they deserve," said Chris Fisher, president of ABC of Michigan. "This decision has national implications and makes it crystal clear that Michigan and other states can pursue equal opportunity in public contracting regardless of labor affiliation." Read the rest of entry »