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Special Legal Notice to West Virginia Workers: What West Virginia’s Right to Work Law Means For Your Rights

Congratulations on being employed in the newest Right to Work (“RTW”) state. This special notice is intended to inform all West Virginia employees of their rights under this important new law.

Summary of Your Rights

1. West Virginia’s RTW law allows you to stop being a member of the union and stop paying any dues, fees, or other financial support to an unwanted union. It’s your choice, not the union’s or your employer’s, whether to join or financially support a union.

2. The West Virginia RTW law applies to collective bargaining contracts entered into, modified, renewed or extended after July 1, 2016. If you are subject to a contract in effect on or before June 30, 2016, you can be compelled to either pay union dues as a union member or fees as a nonmember until that contract expires, is modified, is renewed or is extended. Even if you are subject to a contract in effect on or before June 30, 2016, nonmembers have the right to object to a portion of those fees and pay reduced fees until the RTW law is effective for you.

The Foundation neither encourages nor discourages you from resigning, objecting, revoking your dues check-off, or eliminating the union from your workplace. Those decisions are yours alone. The Foundation is here simply explaining your legal rights in light of West Virginia’s RTW law. If you have any questions, or feel that your legal rights need to be protected, please call the Foundation at 1-800-336-3600 or click here.