George Jarkesy Discusses The NLRB Filing Suit Against Boeing 12.21.11
Jarkesy discusses why The National Labor Relations Board filed a suit against Boeing, an American multinational aerospace and defense corporation, for wanting to open a new aircraft plant in South Carolina.
HOUSTON, TX – (PRWeb) – December 22, 2011 – George Jarkesy, Chairman of the National Eagles and Angels Association, NEAA Venture (www.neaaventure.com), noted investor, and money manager, delivers new and insightful comments on the showdown between Boeing and the National Labor Relations Board. Jarkesy examines the issue from the perspective of possible uncertainty for employers, in a time when jobs are urgently needed. He expresses his view that “the business of America is a bigger Washington and less business.”
Mr. Jarkesy stated that “After extracting more concessions from Boeing, the union asked to drop the case, and the NLRB complied. How blatantly political is that?” His editorial calls for a non-partisan role for the NLRB, and the focus on building and expanding American business and jobs, instead of picking sides in favor of unions.
As a possible solution, Mr. Jarkesy also argues against regulation by proposing that the Obama administration should “lower the immense economic burden on US business and allow labor to receive a piece of the savings from slashing bureaucracy and red tape.”
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