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What does EFCA stand for?

EFCA stands for Employee Free Choice Act

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An inside look at the numbers that count Barnes & Thornburg surveyed more than 250 corporate executives to assess concern about the Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA), which would make it easier for unions to organize workers.
John Wilhelm, president of Unite Here, the international hotel and casino workers union, told attendees at the Global Gaming Expo on Wednesday that the Employee Free Choice Act has dim legislative prospects — and that unions shouldnÕt rely on it as a fix-all solution to laborÕs decades-long membership slide.
the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and other state and federal agencies brought about by increased funding; proposals for mandatory paid medical leave and required health and welfare benefits; more equal pay discrimination claims based on the recently passed Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act; a seemingly endless uptick in individual and class-action lawsuits, as millions of laid-off employees explore their options with emboldened plaintiff attorneys; and the resurgence of organized labor in the private sector, regardless of the final form of the Employee Free Choice Act.
Fahey described the Employee Free Choice Act as the most important labor legislation since the 1935 Wagner Act, furthering a tradition of Catholic involvement in the labor movement that began with the Knights of Labor in the 1880s and continued with the work of Cardinal James Gibbons of Baltimore, who was instrumental in gaining the support of the Catholic church for the union movement in the United States.
And it's got to be the labor movement that recruits and funds that candidate--or the rhetoric about how important the Employee Free Choice Act is will be just that: rhetoric.