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right-to-work

[ rahyt-tuh-wurk ]
/ ˈraɪt təˈwɜrk /
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adjective
of or relating to the right of workers to gain or keep employment whether or not they belong to a labor union.
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Origin of right-to-work

First recorded in 1945–50
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