WASHINGTON — Retailers are gearing up for the reintroduction of a bill in 2010 that would make it easier for unions to organize, according to reports. The so-called “card check” bill failed to pass through Congress in 2009, but compromise legislation could come back on the table in 2010, BusinessWeek.com reported yesterday. According to that report, some retailers, including Target Corp., have stepped up their communications efforts with employees concerning the legislation. The article ...
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