Creating good relationships between employers and employees is essential to productivity and success. Who should decide how those relationships are managed? Should workers be forced to join unions, even if they do not want to do so? Should they be forced to pay union dues, even if they do not join? What about the freelance worker? Should they pay dues? Right to Work laws have expanded freedom for workers to choose whether or not they want to join a union. However, those freedoms are now in peril as congress considers legislation that would eliminate choice for employees, freelancers, and others working in the gig economy. How will this affect you? George Leef, policy expert and author of Free Choice for Workers: A History of the Right to Work Movement, discusses with Linda the negative implications of the PRO Act, currently being considered in congress. If you want to keep your workplace freedom to choose, listen today!
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