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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How to use right-to-work in a sentence
Two years ago, lawmakers in this staunch pro-labor stronghold passed anti-union right-to-work laws.
right-to-work laws have been around for decades, and in Michigan the slope began slipping within individual contract negotiations.Right to Work Laws and Why Labor Unions Are in Crisis | Scott Martelle | December 14, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
There are also right-to-work states like Nevada where unions remain powerful.One Tough Nerd—Michigan Governor Rick Snyder’s Pragmatic Labor Stance | John Avlon | December 13, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
On the flipside, overall wages and benefits are lower in right-to-work states.One Tough Nerd—Michigan Governor Rick Snyder’s Pragmatic Labor Stance | John Avlon | December 13, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
He supports a federal version of the Arizona immigration law and right-to-work legislation.
Forced labour for the loafer is still more an English tradition, though, like the right-to-work principle, long disregarded.The Vagrancy Problem. | William Harbutt Dawson