HB 3183: Support Cannabis Workers Rights!
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In order to ensure worker safety and fair treatment in the workplace, OLCC-licensed cannabis businesses should recognize their employees' rights to organize.
House Bill 3183 would require that a cannabis business in Oregon adhere to a "labor peace agreement." These agreements are commonly used to ensure that employers respect the ability of workers to make their own informed decision on unionization. In return, the union attempting to organize that workplace agrees to refrain from picketing, work stoppages, or any other interference with the business.
This is important because many cannabis workers can find themselves in hazardous or unfair workplaces, and vague federal laws can make it more difficult to avail themselves of federal organizing protections.
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