In the past, public employees refusing to join the union were often required to pay “fair share” fees, sometimes amounting to 80% of a full union member’s dues. That recently changed with the Supreme Court’s decision in Janus v. AFSCME, and Ancel Glink’s Matt DiCianni joins us for a special meeting to talk about this important case. Local government employers and employees can read more about this decision at workplacereport.ancelglink.com, and send us questions and show ideas at email@example.com!
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Thursday, August 16, 2018
7: Union Dues and Don'ts
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