In her Supreme Court brief, Martinez states that of the almost 10,000 union-covered positions in the three biggest labor unions covering the state government’s workforce, around 1,6000 employees are not members of any union and are paying fair-share fees – amounting $650,000 in 2014.
The NMBC has fought for Right-to-Choose laws in the past and will continue to support legislation that benefits both employers and employees.
SAVE THE DATE: December 1, 2015, 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM – Rio Rancho BASH (Business and Social Hour) with Mayor Gregg Hull
Meet the Newest Member of the NMBC:
NMBC Assistant, Joy, and her husband are expecting their first child. We cannot wait to meet the little one in May!
Film Industry Jobs: New Mexico’s film industry has received some attention recently. A study revealed that between 2,500 and 4,000 annual full time jobs were created during a five year period between 2009 and 2014. Over these five years, an average of 81% of jobs have been held by New Mexico residents. Read more here.
Asset Forfeiture: New Mexico passed House Bill 560 this past Spring. For more information on what this means for New Mexico, you can attend a free dinner on 10/14/15. Featuring panelists from ACLU, Steven Robert Allen, and Koch Industries, Vikrant Reddy, Brad Cates, the former director of the US Department of Justice Asset Forfeiture Program, Diego Esquibel, Attorney, and remarks from State Rep Moe Maestas. More information and RSVP here.
Become a member of the New Mexico Business Coalition today and join our effort to make New Mexico a prosperous place for businesses and individuals.
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