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National Labor Relations Act and right-to-work provision

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What is the purpose of the provision of section 14(b) of the National Labor Relations Act?
What was the purpose of the right-to-work provision and which states have chosen to use this provision?

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The purpose of Section 14(b) of the National Labor Relations Act deals with unions. This section makes it illegal for any employer to force union membership upon an employee. If I begin working for ABC Company and the company is unionized, management cannot 'make' me join the union, pay union dues and fall under the rules of the union solely because the union exists at ABC Company. Even though it ...

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This solution discusses Section 14(b) of the National Labor Relations Act. The right-to-work provision is also discussed.

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