Definition of "right-to-work"
  1. Pertains to a law that forbids labor contracts from making it compulsory for all workers to join a union
How to use "right-to-work" in a sentence
  1. The new right-to-work law has caused a stir among unions and company employees, providing workers with full employment rights without mandatory union membership.
  2. The employee was relieved to learn the state has a right-to-work law, ensuring they wouldn't be forced to join a union.
  3. Several states in the U.S. have adopted right-to-work laws allowing employees to decide whether or not to join a union as a condition of their employment.

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