Summary of Amendments Submitted to the Rules Commmittee for H.R. 3094 - Workforce Democracy and Fairness Act

Summaries Derived from Information Provided by Sponsors

Bishop, Tim (NY)

#1

REVISED Would give the Board authority to impose sanctions on a party for presenting a frivolous or vexatious filing during pre-election proceedings.

Boswell (IA)

#3

REVISED Would prevent employers that have paid any executive compensation bonuses in excess of 10,000 percent of the annual compensation of the average employee from engaging in open-ended litigation. Such parties are required to state their issues or positions at the outset of pre-election hearings, and prohibited from raising new, frivolous issues as a dilatory tactic.

Holt (NJ)

#2

Amendment in the nature of a substitute. Would authorize $30,000,000,000 for fiscal year 2012 for educational grants to States to prevent teacher layoffs.

Jackson Lee (TX)

#5

LATE Would strike a section of the bill to ensure that employers would not be able to unnecessarily delay an election.

Jackson Lee (TX)

#6

LATE Would require the National Labor Review Board to conduct a study to assess the impact of this measure on employees who are seeking to be represented by a labor organization for the purpose of collective bargaining and shall report the findings to Congress.

Jackson Lee (TX)

#7

LATE Would require that the provisions in this bill would not take effect until January 1, 2014

Walz (MN)

#4

REVISED Would prevent this Act from applying to businesses that have been cited for violating labor laws in the past year against employees who are veterans of the Armed Forces.