With a Few Exceptions, States Dawdle on Shielding Employee Rights

1

It has been more than two years since the Supreme Court ruled that government labor unions must obtain employees’ explicit approval before taking dues money or fees out of their paychecks. Yet only recently have a small number of states begun to implement the logic of Janus v. Afscme. Michigan has now gone the furthest to ensure worker freedom.

Credit goes to the Michigan Civil Service Commission, a four-member body established by the state constitution that oversees working conditions for state employees. The commission ruled…




2020-07-31 18:19:00

Read more from source here…