The National Right To Work Legal Defense Foundation’s recent Supreme Court victory in Janus v. AFSCME has freed all public sector teachers from forced-unionism. Effectively, the U.S. entire public sector is now Right To Work .
If you want to exercise your newly-won Janus Rights, visit MyJanusRights.org and resign from your public sector union.
Now only private-sector teachers can be forced to pay union fees. (e.g. Private School Teachers, Private College operated Charter School Employees)
The National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation defends America’s workers against the abuses of compulsory unionism. To learn your rights as a public school teacher or college professor, click on any of the following questions:
Questions & Answers
- Can I be required to be a union member or pay dues to a union?
- If I work in a Right to Work state, can I resign my union membership and cut off any further dues collections from my salary?
- How can I resign my union membership?
- How do I cut off the use of my dues for politics and other nonbargaining activities?
- If I do not work in a Right to Work State, how can I stop paying all union dues?
- What if I have religious objections to joining or financially supporting a union?
- What if I am a victim of union violence?
- What if I want to work during a strike?
- If I believe my rights have been violated by compulsory unionism abuses, can I file my own unfair labor practice charges against the union or the employer with a state agency?
- What are my rights if the union is conducting a “Card Check” organizing drive at my workplace?
Issue Briefing Papers
- Decertification Election
- Deauthorization Election
- Can Union Bosses Punish You” – Union Discipline and Employee Rights
- An Employee’s Guide to Union Dues and Religious Do Nots
- The tip of the iceberg: PACs & The Forced-dues Base of Big Labor’s Political Machine
- Are You Funding Your Union’s Federal PAC (Political Action Committee) Unknowingly or Against Your Will?
- Union Bosses Richer After Campaign “Reform”: The Impact of Initiative 134 in Washington State
- Catholic Social Teaching and the Right to Work
- Employees in Right to Work States
- Policy Analysis: The Permissible Use of Forced Union Dues From Hanson to Beck
- Legal Analysis of Nebraska Legislative Bill 226
- Big Labor’s Top Ten Special Privileges
- Big Labor’s Massive Political Machine