Union Organization and Labor Relations: Kansas
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- Private employees are afforded the protections and rights of the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). Kansas offers an analogous law (the Kansas Labor Relations Act) also protecting the rights of private employees. See Union Organization.
- Public employees have certain rights and protections governed by the Kansas Constitution and the Kansas Public Employer-Employee Relations Act. See Union Organization.
- Kansas is a "right-to-work" state which means employers cannot force employees to join or refuse to join employee organizations. See Right to Work.