Most Manufacturing Jobs Located in Right to Work States  

On April 22, 2016, in Fact Sheets, Right To Work, by NILRR Staff

On Average, Factory-Sector Employees in Forced-Unionism States Receive Roughly $3600 Less in Cost of Living-Adjusted Annual Compensation Than Their Right to Work State Counterparts By Stan Greer (download pdf of Fact Sheet) For several decades, it was a pillar of conventional labor-policy wisdom that manufacturing jobs in the United States were overwhelmingly located in states […]

Compulsory Unionism Plunges States Deep Into Red

On March 16, 2016, in Fact Sheets, by Stan Greer

None of the 12 States With the Greatest Absolute State-and-Local Government Debt Per Capita Protects Employees From Being Fired For Refusal to Bankroll an Unwanted Union Twenty-five years ago this May, as state officials across the nation were raising taxes and curtailing essential services to patch over large and widening budget gaps, a prescient cover […]

Right To Work Advantage – 2016 Growth & Purchasing Power Update

On February 8, 2016, in Fact Sheets, by NILRR Staff

Right to Work States Benefit From Faster Growth,  Higher Real Purchasing Power — Winter 2016 Update

Right to Work States Attract Job-Creating Investments From Abroad

On December 30, 2015, in Fact Sheets, News Clips, by Stan Greer

Right to Work States Attract Job-Creating Investments From Abroad    From 2007 to 2013, Total Employment at Majority-Owned U.S. Affiliates of Foreign Firms Grew by 14.4% in Right to Work States as Group, More Than Triple the Average Increase in Compulsory-Unionism States Economic analysts and elected officials across the ideological spectrum agree that the elimination […]

Compulsory Unionism Hurts Hispanics & Poor

On November 2, 2015, in Fact Sheets, News Clips, by NILRR Staff

New Fact Sheet: Forced Unionism Correlated With Higher Poverty Rates    Hispanic Americans Are 20% More Likely to Be Poor in States That Don’t Protect Employees’ Right to Work By Stan Greer The share of a state’s population that is poor, commonly referred to as its poverty rate, is undoubtedly an important (negative) indicator of […]

Federal Union Lawyers Rediscover Freedom of Non-Association   

On July 16, 2015, in Fact Sheets, by Stan Greer

By Repudiating Their Monopoly Privileges, Union Officials Can Restore Their Own Ability to Choose Who May Join A little more than three decades ago, U.S. Supreme Court Justice William Brennan’s majority opinion in Roberts v. U.S. Jaycees[1] cited several ways in which government actions may “unconstitutionally infringe upon” an individual’s “freedom to speak, to worship, […]

Census Data Show Families Are Fleeing Forced-Unionism Missouri   

On July 14, 2015, in Fact Sheets, Right To Work, by Stan Greer

Since 2004, Missouri’s K-12 School-Age Population Growth Just 7% of Right to Work Neighbor States’ Average This spring, Missouri came tantalizingly close to becoming America’s 26th Right to Work state.  In May, H.B. 116, a measure prohibiting forced union dues and fees as a condition of employment, was approved by lopsided majorities in both chambers […]