Look at this horribly oppressive rule:
In a move that angered business groups and cheered labor leaders, the NLRB’s new regulations mandate that companies display notices “in conspicuous places” that inform workers about their right to unionize.
The notices must tell employees that they have the right to strike and picket under certain circumstances; to form or join a union; to bargain collectively; to raise work-related complaints with a federal agency or union; or to decline to do any of those things.
How will business survive? It must probably cost several dollars to print a poster that informs people of their rights. How will they handle this heavy-handed oppressive regime of regulation?