Illinois' Right to Work Law Ban and What it Means
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Illinois voters will soon choose if the IL Constitution should be amended in order to allow labor unions to permanently require forced union membership in the private sector.

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Illinois voters will soon choose if the Illinois Constitution should be amended in order to allow labor unions to permanently require forced union membership in the private sector as well as ensuring that whatever a public sector union is able to secure at the bargaining table, no state law or local ordinance could ever modify. Specifically, the proposed amendment states:

No law shall be passed that interferes with, negates, or diminishes the right of employees to organize and bargain collectively over their wages, hours, and other terms and conditions of employment and work place safety, including any law or ordinance that prohibits the execution or application of agreements between employers and labor organizations that represent employees requiring membership in an organization as a condition of employment.

Please join Management-Side Labor Attorney, Jeff Risch, as he helps educate public and private employers throughout Illinois as to the proposed amendment and what they should be planning for in the future if this passes by the electorate in the November 2022 elections.

03/2022