It is unlawful for any employer to:
(1) require an employee, as a condition or employment or of continuance of employment, to be or become or remain a member or affiliate of a labor organization;
(2) require an employee, as a condition of employment or of continuance of employment, to pay fees, dues, assessments, sums of money, or other charges of any kind whatsoever to any person or organization; or
(3) enter into any agreement, understanding, or practice declared to be illegal by 32.0103.History: 1976, PL 14-19 § 4.
Alleged employment discrimination on account of attempt to organize union is not covered in local law and is clearly preempted by jurisdiction of NLRB over such cases. 29 U.S.C. § 157, 158. Su’a v. Star Kist, 4 A.S.R.2d 135 (1987).