And why? I read about the RTW and what it means. And what I read it seems to be a win-win for all involved. IMO, I would want the choice to whether or not to pay Union dues, and it doesn't make it a requirement of employment. There were quite a few states that were like MI and the job economy, and when their RTW law was passed, employment went up and the economy improved. So whats the matter with these folks are are just so against this law to the point violence gets involved. Ohio went for the RTW, and numerous new companies moved into the state. In the south, there are GM plants that moved to thr RTW states. Here in MI, just about all the GM plants up and moved out of the state and into the RTW states. Maybe if MI went RTW, some more GM plants would open up....Answer Question
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Answer by frogdawg at 11:02 PM on Dec. 12, 2012
Ohio is not a RTW state yet. But we are an "at will" state, which sucks. They don't need a reason to fire you. Having worked for both union & non-union employers, I'll take the protection of the union any time. When a person decides to apply for a job, they know in advance if it's a union job or not. It's their choice if they will work there or not. I honestly don't know if becoming a RTW state will help the economy or not. I've seen so much greed & corruption from so many of these companies, that not having a union to keep them in check & protect the rights of the workers, it could have the opposite effect. I guess time will tell.
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