Right-to-Work laws prohibit labor unions from requiring members to pay union dues, meaning that any worker can benefit from the terms of a union contract. This can be challenging for workers wanting to organize, also affecting working conditions and agreements with their respected employer. Read More. . .
Union leaders perform a valuable mission to improve the lives of working men and women, but this difficult job carries high personal risk. Union leaders face professional liability lawsuits brought by members, employees and regulatory agencies. If accused of dishonesty or personal wrongdoing, a union leader may be personally responsible for all of his or her legal defense costs until proven innocent. Read More. . .