The findings reported in this paper indicate employers and employees are generally unaware that the National Labor Relations Act (as amended) provides that the only obligation that can be enforced against an individual employee under a union shop contract is the obligation to pay dues and fees. Failure to understand the provisions of the law has serious implications for both employers and employees. Therefore, policy recommendations are advanced to deal with the problems engendered by the general lack of awareness of the provisions of the law.
Wayne Chandler, E., Weller, R. and Brankey, E. (1990), "Employer‐Employee Attitudes Regarding Union Security", American Journal of Business, Vol. 5 No. 1, pp. 25-30. https://doi.org/10.1108/19355181199000003Download as .RIS
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