WASHINGTON– American Hotel & & Lodging Association (AHLA) President and CEO Chip Rogers is speaking up after legislators in your home and Senate presented the PRO Act of 2023.
“The accommodations market has actually long offered a path for satisfying professions and the methods for workers and business owners to accomplish the American Dream. The PRO Act, reestablished in Congress this week, would weaken office versatility and upward movement for employees and produce substantial and pricey regulative concerns for little organization owners. While every employee deserves to easily sign up with a union, the PRO Act would trespass upon employee personal privacy, overturn secret tally elections, and produce joint company liability in an effort to enforce a union on companies and employees. We highly oppose this destructive expense, which threatens to damage tasks and assault companies simply as our economy is starting to go back to pre-pandemic normalcy.”