UAW President Ron Gettelfinger debunks the myths of the National Right to Work campaign:
For an organization that claims to defend the rights of individuals, National Right to Work is surprisingly unconcerned about employer abuse of pro-union workers. National Right to Work fails to point out that without a union contract, American workers are employees-at-will who can be fired at any time for any reason—or for no reason at all.
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The only right National Right to Work is interested in defending is the right not to join a union. The group is trying to convince the labor board to make it easier for a minority of union opponents to overturn the results of successful card check elections.