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National Right to Work President Applauds Passage

Saturday, January 7, 2017 16:34
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National Right to Work President Applauds Passage of Right to Work in KY as More States Eye Ending Forced Unionism Bluegrass State residents will soon join the growing ranks of Americans living in a state that’s freed workers from compulsory unionism and begin enjoying the benefits of greater personal freedom and stronger economic growth that come with a state Right to Work law. Springfield, VA (January 7, 2017) – Today, Mark Mix, President of the 2.8 million-member National Right to [...]

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    Oh cut the crap. I live in a “right to work state”. What it means is they can fire you at will, no matter if you have never missed a single work day in years. They can promise you anything and even put it in writing but it is meaningless in a “right to work state”. The corporation now has the right to “change their mind overnight” and screw their employees at the drop of the hat.
    Approaching middle age? Consider yourself gone in a “right to work state”. You are obsolete.

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