I am in a union, how do I know if I was fired without

As a general matter, employment in the United States is employment at will, which means that there need not be just cause for termination. However, once you become a member of a union, an employment agreement is generally negotiated and put into place. Within that employment contract may be a provision stipulating that you may only be fired for just cause. If you have such an employment contract and are trying to find out whether or not you were fired legally, you will need to review the terms of your employment contract and union membership in order to find the definition of just cause.

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What is involved in de-unionizing a workplace?

Removing a union is not an easy task, but it is possible as long as the employees take correct legal steps. The first thing to note, however, is that employers cannot force a group of union workers to de-unionize, and that workers who do wish to de-unionize do not need to ask their employers.

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