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Get Rid of 'Right To Work'!

42 Signatures Goal: 2,000

Workers need to know that they have job security and a future in our company. Right To Work eliminates this and produces a stressful work environment, an environment where workers can be eliminated from their jobs without just cause or due to poor performance. 


The law is titled to make it seem that the workers, us, are given a benefit from the state or from the employers. This is not so. This law is titled so that the public thinks they are helping out the working class by voting for it, this is not true. This law allows companies to fire without cause. It could be a day before your benefits start getting added to by the state, it could be the day before you get overtime, and they can fire you without cause, without paper work, without any questions. Not only that but Right to Work States have nationally lower Wages, and the less comprehension benefit packages in the country. Employers will say that this is an anti-Union law to get support from those who hate Unions, but this is not the case. This a bill against Workers. It eliminates the possibility of suing for wrongful termination and from receiving unemployment benefits. Have we fallen so far backwards?

We need to give power back to the employees and getting rid of this outrageous law is the first step in doing so. We are all employees, we are all suffering at the hands of this law, either by us or our loved us. Join together to show that we will not be scared by the power they have shown.

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  • Dan Rakela
    Mar 28, 2015
    Mar 28, 2015
    it is a bad law, and has been for years, because employers fire too easily because of it..good workers! poverty is high because of it as well as economy not recovering
  • Dan Rakela
    Dan Rakela United States, Knoxville
    Mar 28, 2015
    Mar 28, 2015
    it is a bad law, and has been for years, because employers fire too easily because of it..good workers! poverty is high because of it as well as economy not recovering
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