Michigan Governor Rick Snyder has signed into law “right to work” legislation that will prohibit requirements that a worker join or contribute to a labor organization as a condition of employment. The legislation was introduced last Thursday and passed amid a firestorm of controversy over worker rights. For more on the law’s passage and the debate surrounding it, see our Alert, Michigan passes right to work bills as national debate over role of unions continues.
Michigan becomes 24th right to work state
By Heather M. Kern of McDonald Hopkins on December 12th, 2012
Posted in Legal Updates | North America