Organized Labor’s Threat to Economic Growth and Job Creation: What You Might Not Know and Why It Matters

Newly aggressive unions and pro-organized labor politicians have made this a challenging time for employers. Issues like Card Check, increased regulation, pro-labor Executive Orders, new appointments to the National Labor Relations Board, and stepped-up enforcement by OSHA and other agencies are a major threat to economic growth and job creation. 

Join us at one of these events to learn how these issues could impact your business.

Seating is limited, so RSVP today by emailing [email protected] or calling 504-599-5664.

September 21:
New Orleans – Luncheon at the Plimsoll Club, 12:00pm

September 22:
Baton Rouge – Breakfast at the Camelot Club, 7:30am
Lafayette – Luncheon at Cafe Vermilionville, 12:00pm

September 23:
West Monroe – Luncheon at the West Monroe Convention Center, 12:00pm
Shreveport – Cocktail Reception and Dinner at the University Club, 6:00pm

Featured Speaker:
Glenn Spencer
Executive Director, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Workforce Freedom Initiative

About the Pelican Institute for Public Policy

The Pelican Institute for Public Policy is a nonprofit, nonpartisan research institute dedicated to the principles of individual liberty, the free market and limited, accountable government. Through research papers, policy briefings, commentaries and conferences, the Institute seeks to educate and inform Louisiana’s policymakers, news media and general public.

Pelican Institute for Public Policy

201 St. Charles Avenue, Suite 2500
New Orleans, LA 70170
504-599-5664
[email protected]
www.PelicanInstitute.org



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