Surviving Right to Work States

This is an interesting article published by the Washington Post. It discusses some key points that Unions can follow to survive in the tough anti-union atmosphere. This article bases its arguments on scholarly published articles.

The problem that I see is that Unions must represent all employees, regardless of membership.  Any changes would have to occur at the legislative level, which means: it will just not happen.

The underfunding of Unions continues to be a big struggle.  How can you get enough staff to represent members when there is no money to pay them? RTW laws are a slippery slope.

via Laws that decimate unions may be inevitable. Here’s how labor can survive. – The Washington Post.

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