22 States still have laws forcing all public employees to join a union or lose their job. Do public employees have a right to work without being in a union?
Do workers deserve to get shafted out of any benefits from company growth?
Because all right to work does is cut wages
Public employees. Not private employees.
Public unions shouldn't exist.
Public unions are critical for workers rights.
Reminder that the 8 hour work day, the 5 day work week, the end of child labor, and almost all modern protections against dangerous work environments were all thanks to unions
As someone who's worked since 12, went full time summers in a packaging factory, who's currently a contractor in a union. My employment depends on that I have to work mandatory overtime, in a plant that deals with vast amounts of ways I could die, please enlighten me of these beautiful unions you speak of.
I bet your rate of death at work is a hell of a lot better than 12 out of a 100. Because that's what it used to be.
Have you ever heard of OSHA?