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New NILRR.org Fact Sheet Right to Work States Benefit From Faster Growth, Higher Real Purchasing Power – Fall 2013 Update (Click here to download a .pdf file of this Fact Sheet)
Union Nonmembers Are ‘Made Worse Off’ Monopolistic Unionism Hurts Talented Employees Economically, and Top Union Officials Seem Aware of That (Click to download Fact Sheet) By Stan Greer Because the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) empowers union bosses to represent workers who don’t want a union, Big Labor apologists contend, it must also empower union bosses […]
(Labor Day Press Release) Big Labor turns focus further from “workplace representation” to electioneering (Washington, DC) – The National Institute for Labor Relations Research (NILRR) has released a new analysis outlining Big Labor’s political spending for the last election cycle. Using data compiled from U.S. Department of Labor union financial disclosure (LM-2) forms, Political Action […]
Moreover, the Burden of Economic Proof Should Be on Apologists For Compulsory Unionism (Click to download Fact Sheet) As of the end of 2012, 22 states had Right to Work laws on the books prohibiting the termination of employees for refusal to pay dues or fees to an unwanted union for a decade or more. […]
(click to download fact sheet) By Stacy Swimp As I have already contended in a number of different forums, the monopolistic type of unionism now authorized and promoted by federal labor policy for more than three quarters of a century is detrimental to the interests of Americans of all races and ethnicities. The evidence actually […]
(2013 NILRR Fact Sheet — Right to Work States’ Wide Compensation Growth Advantage Cuts Across Regions) Forced-Unionism States From Northeast, South and Midwest in Bottom 11 For 2002-2012 Gains For years, U.S. Commerce Department data have shown that states with Right to Work laws on the books have far faster private-sector compensation growth than states […]