Right to Work States: Wyoming 

WYOMING


Title 27. Labor and Employment
Chapter 7. Labor Unions; Disputes and Injunctions; Right to
Work

Wyo. Stat. Ann. §§ 27-7-108. through 115.

§ 27-2-108. Right to work; definitions.

(a) The term "labor organization" means any organization, or any agency or employee representation committee, plan or arrangement, in which employees participate and which exists for the purpose, in whole or in part, of dealing with employers concerning grievances, labor disputes, wages, rates of pay, hours of employment, or conditions of work.

(b) The term "person" shall include a corporation, association, company, firm or labor organization, as well as a natural person. (Enacted 1963.)

§ 27-7-109. Right to work; membership in labor organization not required.

No person is required to become or remain a member of any labor organization as a condition of employment or continuation of employment. (Enacted 1963.)

§ 27-7-110. Right to work; abstention from membership in labor organization not required.

No person is required to abstain or refrain from membership in any labor organization as a condition of employment or continuation of employment. (Enacted 1963.)

§ 27-7-111. Right to work; payment or nonpayment of dues not required.

No person is required to pay or refrain from paying any dues, fees, or other charges of any kind to any labor organization as a condition of employment or continuation of employment. (Enacted 1963.)

§ 27-7-112. Right to work; connection with or approval by labor organization not required.

No person is required to have any connection with, or be recommended or approved by, or be cleared through, any labor organization as a condition of employment or continuation of employment. (Enacted 1963.)

§ 27-7-113. Right to work; misdemeanor to impose or try to impose prohibited requirements; civil liability.

Any person who directly or indirectly places upon any other person any requirement or compulsion prohibited by this act [ §§ 27-7-108 through 27-7-115], or who makes any agreement written or oral, express or implied, to do so, or who engages in any lockout, layoff, strike, work stoppage, slow down, picketing, boycott or other action or conduct, a purpose or effect of which is to impose upon any person, directly or indirectly, any requirement or compulsion prohibited by this act, is guilty of a misdemeanor and shall also be liable in damages to any person injured thereby. (Enacted 1963.)

§ 27-7-114. Right to work; injunction against prohibited conduct.

Any person injured or threatened with injury by any action or conduct prohibited by this act [§§ 27-7-108 through 27-7-115] shall, notwithstanding any other law to the contrary, be entitled to injunctive relief therefrom. (Enacted 1963.)

§ 27-7-115. Right to work; penalties.

Any person convicted of a misdemeanor, as defined in this act [§§ 27-7-108 through 27-7-115], shall be punished by a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000.00), or imprisonment in the county jail for a term not to exceed six (6) months, or both. (Enacted 1963.)


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