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The Devil at My Doorstep: Protecting Employee Rights

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A targeted family business owner dedicated to protecting his employees survives full-scale war with the powerful and politically connected Service Employees International Union and its big labor boss, Andy Stern.
Paperback, 185 pages
Published September 1st 2009 by Visionary Publishing LLC (first published 2009)
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Steven Potts
David Bego was the victim of a Union drive to unionize his company. The company, in the building maintenance (janitor) and building security business is an employee friendly company located in Indianapolis who was targted by the SEIU. The unscrupulous things the Union did, its intimidation of employees and its hate campaign with companies who did business with his firm is dispicable. The SEIU shows why the passage of the ironically named Employee Free Choice Act would be a disaster for employers ...more
Terry
This is a book any business owner should read to gain a real appreciation of how your life can suddenly change. EMS was targeted for unionization and fought it because of the lack of democratic processes in determining the outcome. The SEIU used every dirty trick in the book and failed. Now the union wants to get laws changed so that they are assured victory on anyone they target.

Wake up America! Andy Syern and his ilk are a threat to a free society!
Connie
This is a non-fiction book written by the owner of EMS a cleaning company that originated in Indianapolis. It is the story how he battled the SEIU for his own employees that did not wish to be a part of the union. It also gave some interesting points about the union leader Stark. It was a bit dry, but I am sure the man would be a great speaker for business.
Tom Greenaway
This is a great book if you hate unions. It really explains how the destroy small business .
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