Unions Won’t Like Having to Tell Objectors All this Detail about Where Union Dues Go

In March 2017 the National Labor Relations Board found that a Teamsters local violated the National Labor Relations Act by failing to provide sufficient information about the financial expenditures of the local and its affiliates to workers who exercised their rights to object to paying union dues and fees. Specifically, the Board ruled that the…
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Employee Takes a Stand against His Union for Not Informing Him that He has a Right to Not Pay Full Union Dues

Are your employees fully informed of their Beck rights? Probably not. Unions hate Beck rights because employees can avoid paying a percentage of their union dues. This is oftentimes the only reprieve employees have in non-right-to-work states. In Communication Workers of America v. Beck, the Supreme Court ruled that the National Labor Relations Act prohibited…
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