Research indicates that Colorado's job creation since the Great Recession far exceeds both union shop
states and right-to-work states.
The record is clear: Right to Work works, while the union shop
, which encour-ages productivity-killing work rules and a hate-the-boss work environment, leads to economic stagnation and financial misery.
The contractor, which is a union shop
, is affiliated with the Christian Labour Association of Canada, a non-confrontational labour movement.
Opponents said requiring all workers to pay dues was fair because federal law requires unions to represent all workers in a union shop
, including nonmembers.
In union shop
situations, the employer may even collect dues on behalf of the union by payroll deduction.
In return, the politicians acquiesce to union demands for a union shop
and the dues checkoff.
In negotiating several past contracts, the local took what would seem to be a more rigid stance, calling for a union shop
, which all PASTA members would be required to join.
The Glasco ruling has sent shock waves through the artistic community; people have suggested that important decisions about the arts have been made by naive men who have treated a cultural organization like a union shop
, and who have no real understanding of the function of an artistic director.
While three jolt squeeze machines were in operation, absenteeism was a problem at the union shop
, and most of the time two molders a day were out.
First, residence in a non-right-to-work state does not necessarily mean that a covered employee's union has been able to win a union shop
in collective bargaining.
Her own background as the daughter of a union shop
steward from Mexico and an assembly line worker from Nicaragua has led her to stand up and speak out for working families.
He became a Transport and General Workers Union shop
steward and chaired Fife Trades Council.