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Workplace Freedom Makes Employees Happier Quantitative Analysis Supports Ordinary Americans’ Intuition In addition to revoking Big Labor bosses’ privilege to get millions of employees fired should they refuse to join or bankroll a union, the passage and implementation of five new Right to Work laws over the past seven years has provided scholars with a […]
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Farmworkers Finally Allowed to Cast Off Union After Five-Year Fight, Votes Against UFW Monopolists Are Counted For six years, thousands of employees of Fresno, Calif.-based Gerawan Farming, the nation’s largest peach grower, tried to tell United Farm Workers (UFW) union bosses to go away. And five years ago, Gerawan employees who want to be able […]
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Right to Work Mobilizing in State After State Protecting Workers From Forced Unionism the ‘Right Thing to Do’ This fall, members of grass-roots groups based in states as diverse as New Hampshire, Illinois and Montana are striving with all their might to follow in the footsteps of Kentucky Right to Work activists. Freedom-loving citizens in […]
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Union Bosses Going All Out to Capture Congress Recent Radicalization of Big Labor Allies Raising 2018 Stakes With just a short time to go until Election Day, Big Labor bosses are publicly predicting their enormous, forced union dues-funded political war chest will enable them to switch operational control of both chambers of the U.S. Congress […]
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Will the 2018 Election wipeout employee First Amendment freedom in WIsconsin and Nationally?
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Puerto Rico superior court judge erroneously asserts that government employees can be forced to wait one year before they can legally resign from a union and withdraw their dues deduction authorization. The judge ruling violates the Supreme Court’s Janus opinion. From the National Right To Work Legal Defense Foundation: Puerto Rico Public Employees: U.S. Supreme Court […]
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The top echelon of the United Auto Workers was so corrupt officials committed crimes out of fear they would lose six-figure jobs, travel perks and expense accounts and be forced to return to the factory floor, according to federal court filings. That’s the first paragraph of the latest report concerning a years-long criminal investigation that […]
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Forced-Unionism States’ ‘Brain Drain’ Continues College-Educated and Other Employees Flock to Right to Work States Federal data on the American workforce and employment and unemployment rates show that, even as the nation suffered a severe recession and the most anemic recovery since the Great Depression over the past decade, employer demand for college-educated employees rose […]
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How Forced-Dues Apologists Use ‘Doublethink’ Part-Timers ‘Benefit’ as Teamster Union Dons ‘Sell Them Out’? On August 3, Huffington Post contributor Dave Jamieson posted a perceptive report on the “intense debate” among Teamster-“represented” United Parcel Service (UPS) employees regarding the then-proposed contract union bosses and the company had negotiated. If it is ratified, the contract will […]
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Right to Work ‘May as Well Be’ on the Ballot Silver State’s 66-Year Ban on Compulsory Union Dues in Jeopardy Union bosses are publicly boasting that their successful campaign to overturn Missouri’s 18-month-old Right to Work law this summer — a campaign that was lavishly funded by forced union dues extracted from employees nationwide […]
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