The effect of right-to-work
legislation is difficult to isolate because most right-to-work
states generally have a more business-friendly climate overall and higher capital formation which results in higher productivity," noted Nash.
In addition, right-to-work
legislation has been introduced in 13 other states," Regelin said.
House Speaker Brian Bosma and his cohorts will resort to any underhanded tactic to force through right-to-work
for less legislation for their corporate benefactors.
The data shows that the annual average wage of workers in right-to-work
states is $5,000 less than workers in other states," Marv Russow, UFCW Local 951's president, said.
Passage of this bill will result in unionized workers in all 50 states being required to pay union dues or be fired from their jobs under so-called "union (income) security agreements," which is something labor bosses have desired since 1947 when right-to-work
laws were established.
Specifically, Keating noted that by becoming a right-to-work
state, Oklahoma's position on SBSC's annual Small Business Survival Index, which ranks the states according to their policy climates for entrepreneurship, will improve.
Let us make no mistake about who is behind this right-to-work
legislation," said Les Singer, International Vice President.
That's why we support Warren County's recent move to pass its own right-to-work
Natalie Yaw, is whether the Michigan Constitution empowers the State Legislature to enact a Right-to-Work
law that applies to both private and public employees-or whether these matters violate the constitutional autonomy of the state's Civil Service Commission to govern the terms and conditions of employment for state employees.
90 companies have communicated to the IEDC that Indiana's enactment of right-to-work
will factor into their decision-making process of where to locate current projects.
We ask the Governor to use his veto power to stop this unnecessary and divisive right-to-work
Thousands gathered to protest a right-to-work
bill expected to pass today.