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Labor organizers and anti-union activists square off again on membership, dues issues
March 18, 2022 // “It codifies the process by which an employee may exercise this right and safeguards that person’s ability to exercise it at any time,” Vernuccio said. “It does this by having the public employees tell their employers directly that they wish to have money taken from their paycheck, instead of employers taking the union’s word for it.”
Opinion Rep. Virginia Foxx: Tell the union bosses to take a hike
March 3, 2022 // “The right to live includes the right to work.” On March 18, 1947, North Carolina’s right-to-work law was ratified, and since then, the freedom of workers to decide whether to join, pay dues to, and be represented by a labor union has been protected. It should be kept that way.
The Value of Franchising
February 8, 2022 // The Value of Franchising report demonstrates that independent franchise owners are local business leaders who contribute disproportionately to economic growth, job creation, wealth distribution, and charitable endeavors in their communities.