Check Out These Recent Right to Work Indiana Investments!
Three businesses that are investing in Right to Work Indiana include Stellantis, Smoker Craft, and Paragon Medical.
In a recent editorial, the Detroit News questioned whether Right to Work was gaining momentum in the state of Michigan:
A month ago, when James Epolito of the state’s economic development agency was asked whether Michigan should become a right-to-work state, in which union membership or the paying of union dues or fees cannot be made a condition of employment, he said, “That’s a very hard question for me to answer.” Translation: It’s a taboo subject in Lansing. But Peter Karmanos Jr., head of one of the state’s largest knowledge economy firms, said this week it might be time for Michigan to become a right-to-work state. He joins with former Comerica Bank chief economist David Littmann in broaching the topic. The taboo seems to be weakening.
Three companies that are investing in Right to work Virginia area Global Concentrate, Veronesi S.p.A., and SCHOCK.
Teacher unions got a lot of benefits out of shutting down schools as a result of COVID-19, but what is enough to satisfy them?