Georgia has been a right-to-work state since 1947. Our manufacturing unionization rate is the 5th lowest in the country. Right-to-work legislation assures:
- Workers will not be forced to join a union by employers or other union members.
- Employees working for a company with a union presence may decide for themselves whether or not to join a union.
- Workers cannot be forced to join a strike.
- Interference with an employer’s lawful business through violence or mass picketing will not be allowed.
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