right-to-work

adjective
\ ˈrīt-tə-ˈwərk \

Definition of right-to-work

: opposing or banning the closed shop and the union shop

First Known Use of right-to-work

1949, in the meaning defined above

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right-to-work

adjective

Legal Definition of right-to-work

: of, relating to, or being a law prohibiting labor agreements that require all employees to be union members

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