Posted by BobG on November 02, 2001 at 15:16:51:
In Reply to: Are you sure... posted by Paco on November 02, 2001 at 14:25:25:
Right-to-Work means you have the right to a job without joining a union or paying a union agency fee even if there is a union on the property.
Where I live, in Nevada, we have Right-to-Work laws but in reality they don't mean squat. If a job has union representation on the property and you don't pay the union dues or fees the union will get rid of you pretty fast. It's all politics and/or who you know.
In a private school, union or not, right-to-work laws or not, it's a tough call.
A labor lawyer is the best way for the lady take.
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