Reply To: Molehill Mountain Episode 23 – Let’s Switch It Up
Considering they are used to protect the right of an individual to work without a union membership, they are fine. So far, I have heard of no cases where these laws have resulted in anything contrary to their stated goal. However, I can see how there might be problems with the lack of such employee protections. If you lived in a state without a right to work law and you fellow employees decided to unionize but you were against it, then you would be out of a job unless you went against your conscience and joined. That is a violation of the association rights of the individual.