January 09, 2013 Print
    

Talk Back on Jobs: Right to Work




Our Talk Back on Jobs video series is back!

Have you ever gone to purchase something and found out that to get the product you actually wanted, you were forced to buy something else you didn't need? Workers all over America face a similar situation when they are forced to join a union as a condition of their employment.

Maybe the worker doesn’t like the union’s politics, maybe they don’t believe they are getting value for the amount of union dues they pay out each month, or maybe they believe they can represent themselves to the company better on their own. As it stands now, those reasons are invalid in many states because workers are required to join a union and have their dues extracted from their paycheck each month.

The principle is simple – workers should have a right to choose who represents them in the workplace. Watch our most recent Talk Back on Jobs video to see that right illustrated.


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Lasse Lund

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