New Rule to Test Union Membership, Finances
States will prohibited from automatically collecting dues from some workers’ paychecks
Two of the nation’s most powerful unions face a potential loss of members and millions of dollars when a Trump administration rule takes effect Friday in the latest big test for organized labor.
The rule will prohibit states from automatically collecting dues from home-care workers’ paychecks.
About eight states currently allow the unionization of people who provide in-home care to the disabled and elderly and whose pay is subsidized by the government.
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