11 Employer FAQs: (No. 2) "What does 'right to work' mean?"

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Over the next 10 business days, I'll have a series of short posts addressing common questions that employers have about the law. If there is an "FAQ" that you would like for me to address, please let me know in the comments box.

I may also have more in-depth postings as circumstances warrant.

Employer FAQ No. 2: "What does 'right to work' mean?"

As I've said in a previous post, "right to work" is not a synonym for "employment at will." A "right-to-work" state is one in which employees may not be required to join unions or pay union dues as a condition of employment.

Please see full article below for more information.

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