Best Available Evidence Indicates Right to Work Laws Foster Faster Growth in Employee Compensation

On January 15, 2015, in News Clips, NILRR Research, by Stan Greer

As I noted in a post on this web site last week, the editors of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel’s (MJS) editorial page admit that state Right to Work laws protect employees’ “freedom to choose whether to be in a union.”  But judging by the rest of their January 6 editorial opposing consideration of any Right to Work […]

Job, Income Data Indicate Right to Work Laws Are Economically Beneficial

On August 13, 2013, in Fact Sheets, Right To Work, by NILRR Staff

Moreover, the Burden of Economic Proof Should Be on Apologists For Compulsory Unionism (Click to download Fact Sheet) As of the end of 2012, 22 states had Right to Work laws on the books prohibiting the termination of employees for refusal to pay dues or fees to an unwanted union for a decade or more.  […]

Exactly How Does the Big Labor-Funded Economic Policy Institute Incorporate Interstate Differences in Living Costs Into Its Data?

On May 13, 2013, in News Clips, by Stan Greer

State Rep. Ron Maag says employees earn more money in ‘right-to . Two years ago this February, the Washington, D.C.-based Economic Policy Institute (EPI), which acknowledges it gets a very substantial share of its funding from forced dues-fueled union treasuries, issued a report comparing employee compensation in Right to Work and compulsory-unionism states. Frequently, data cited […]