FAQ – What is “exclusive representation”?



Exclusive Representation bestows on union bosses the monopoly privilege to control the negotiations over wages and working conditions for every employee in the bargaining unit.

“Exclusive representation” prevents employees who oppose Big Labor from bargaining with their employer on their own behalf. In 1935, congress passed, and the president signed a federal law granting a special privilege, monopoly-bargaining power, also known as “exclusive representation,” to private-sector union officials.


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