Mark Mix Demands Investigation into SEIU’s HCMI Corruption Allegations
Bruce Walker recently published an article in The Center Square regarding National Right to Work Foundation President Mark Mix’s letter demanding an investigation into SEIU’s Healthcare Michigan (HCMI). This comes as a result of allegations of financial corruption and union control. In this article, Mark Mix is quoted:
“These latest developments show why these workers should not have been blocked in their earlier attempt to have a vote to oust HCMI from their workplace,” commented National Right to Work Foundation President Mark Mix. “Union officials frequently look the other way when confronted with wrongdoing by others within the union hierarchy, so it is telling that even an SEIU International top boss says HCMI officials are unfit to run the local.”
Mix continued, “Rank-and-file workers should not have to navigate the NLRB’s labyrinth of rules for decertification elections just to escape an unwanted union, and individual workers should be allowed to decide for themselves whether to have a union represent them.”
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