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What is Workplace Freedom?

What is Workplace Freedom?

December 04, 2012

Workplace Freedom, or Right-to-Work (RTW), means unions can’t require an employee be fired for declining to pay union dues or agency fees. RTW preserves collective bargaining, and gives workers a choice.

Currently, 23 states have passed Workplace Freedom laws, most recently Indiana.

Read AFPF’s Need to Know: Right to Work

Mackinac Center: Right-to-Work Information Center

Workplace Freedom Homepage

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