Right to Work Employment
Our West Virginia employment law attorneys explain your rights
Everyone deserves the freedom to do the work they want to do. That's why it can be so frustrating if you lose your job or you're punished at work without warning. This is especially true if you live in West Virginia, where Right-To-Work laws have been a source of debate and high-profile legal battles.
Understanding West Virginia's Right-To-Work employment law can be confusing. That's why it's important to have an experienced employment attorney on your side who understands your rights. That's why you need Klie Law Offices on your side.
Located in Buckhannon and serving workers throughout West Virginia, our experienced legal team knows how the legal system works here and what it takes to put together a strong legal case. That's why we have such a strong track record of success.
What are right to work laws?
Right-To-Work laws concern union agreements. In Right-To-Work states, employees at unionized companies are not required to join a union in order to work there. However, these non-unionized workers are often entitled to receive the same benefits as unionized workers.
West Virginia's Right-To-Work laws have been the source of constant debate since they were first enacted in 2016. A West Virginia judge blocked the state's Right-To-Work law from going into effect. Then West Virginia's Supreme Court ruled that the law is constitutional.
Being a right-to-work state means that workers can choose whether or not they want to join a union, even if they work at a unionized company. Many labor unions contend that such laws reduce their ability to effectively negotiate on behalf of workers.
Why you need us
If you have been fired or punished at work due to issues involving West Virginia's Right-To-Work laws, don't try to tackle your case on your own. Without an experienced attorney on your side, you will likely have a hard time winning your case.
That's why you need us on your side. Our experienced legal team can represent you in all your legal proceedings, whether they involve dealing with your employer or representing you in court. Our attorneys have experience handling such cases in state and federal court. We're also familiar with the Wagner Act, the Taft-Hartley Act, At-Will Employment laws and other relevant rules and regulations.
Don't underestimate the complexity of your legal case. Contact our law firm and schedule your free case evaluation today. We can explain all the legal options available to you, then help you decide which one works best for you.