right-to-work


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right′-to-work′



adj.
of or pertaining to the right of workers to be employed whether or not they belong to a labor union.
[1945–50]
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Pizza Planet was served a civil penalty referral notice warning a financial penalty of up to PS20,000 per illegal worker found will be imposed unless the employer can demonstrate appropriate right-to-work document checks were carried out.
Pizza Planet was served a civil penalty referral notice warning a financial penalty of up to [pounds sterling]20,000 per illegal worker found will be imposed unless the employer can demonstrate appropriate right-to-work document checks were carried out.
Bruce Rauners veto of legislation seeking to prohibit municipal right-to-work laws like the one enacted in Lincolnshire nearly two years ago narrowly withstood an override attempt in the state House on Wednesday.
Sherrod Brown (D-OH) today introduced legislation to prevent states from introducing so-called right-to-work laws that make it harder for workers to form unions and bargain for better wages and working conditions.
National right-to-work states Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation (2016).
html) decades-long push from Republicans and businesses, the Show-Me State became the 28th state to enact a right-to-work law.
Complicating the matter even further is that states that have passed right-to-work legislation often are the subject of boycotts by unions and their allies.
Failure to carry these out and to retain copies of right-to-work documents can result in civil and criminal liabilities for employers.
That split is reflected in debates over right-to-work laws and the minimum wage.
These arguments have prevailed in 26 states that have passed so-called right-to-work laws, allowing public employees to not only opt out of union membership but to decline to pay dues for representation in contract talks.
The business faces a fine of up to PS20,000 for employing each of an illegal worker unless the employer can demonstrate the appropriate right-to-work document checks were carried out.
That partial right-to-work victory was followed by the 1950 Railway Labor Act amendments, which established the union shop on American railroads.