Yes, the Employee Free Choice Act is good for the economy, and for businesses and workers, because it holds the unions accountable. If everyone has to be in the union, the union has no motivation to make sure that they are giving good service to the people involved. This makes employees happier and unions more productive.
I do believe that the Employee Free Choice Act is good for the economy, business, and workers. For one, it allows employees to form unions (which is not allowed everywhere). The union would be established quickly and then can negotiate with the business to come up with a collective agreement. Also, no one could be punished for wanting to start or be in the union. Overall, happy workers make a happy economy.