Labor Relations Radio, Ep. 27—Guest Mark Mix of the National Right to Work Foundation
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“One fact stands out in bold relief in the history of man's attempts for betterment. That is that when compulsion is used, only resentment is aroused, and the end is not gained. Only through moral suasion and appeal to man's reason can a movement succeed.”—Samuel Gompers, Founder of the American Federation of Labor
Mark Mix is our guest on this episode of Labor Relations Radio.
Mr. Mix is the President of the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation.
He also serves as President of the National Right to Work Committee, a 2.8 million member public policy organization.
Often maligned by union leaders, for decades, the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation has been at the forefront of helping employees by fighting to “eliminate coercive union power and compulsory unionism abuses through strategic litigation, public information, and education programs.”
As such, Foundation attorneys provide free legal aid to workers whose rights may be being violated by “compulsory unionism” and their cases have reached the U.S. Supreme Court on several occasions—including the 2018 Janus Decision impacting all public-sector workplaces..
The National Right to Work Committee, which was established in 1955, is a “nonprofit, nonpartisan, single-purpose citizens’ organization dedicated to the principle that all Americans must have the right to join a union if they choose, but no one should ever be forced to affiliate with a union in order to get or keep a job.”
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