ABSTRACT

Executive Order 14025: Worker Organizing and Empowerment   [open pdf - 226KB]

Alternate Title: EO 14025: Worker Organizing and Empowerment

From the Document: "In the past few decades, the Federal Government has not used its full authority to promote and implement this policy of support for workers organizing unions and bargaining collectively with their employers. During this period, economic change in the United States and globally, technological developments, and the failure to modernize Federal organizing and labor-management relations laws to respond appropriately to the reality found in American workplaces, have made worker organizing exceedingly difficult. The result has been a steady decline in union density in the United States and the loss of worker power and voice in workplaces and communities across the country. This decline has had a host of negative consequences for American workers and the economy, including weakening and shrinking America's middle class. Meanwhile, some workers have been excluded from opportunities to organize unions and bargain collectively with their employers by law or practice, and so have never been able to build meaningful economic power or have a voice in their workplaces. Confirming the policies declared in Federal labor laws, substantial evidence shows that union membership increases wages, the likelihood of receiving employer-provided benefits, and job security. Union membership also gives workers the means to build the power to ensure that their voices are heard in their workplaces, their communities, and in the Nation. Therefore, it is the policy of my Administration to encourage worker organizing and collective bargaining."

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Executive Order 14025; EO 14025
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2021-04-26
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Public Domain
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Federal Register: http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/browse/collection.action?collectionCode=FR
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application/pdf
Source:
Federal Register (April 29, 2021), v.86 no.81, p.22829
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