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Freedom of Association

Published December 11, 2018 Author: Andrew Felix Rose

The right to join or not join a union without interference from a third party. All employees, employers and contractors have a right to make this choice on their own. It is unlawful for an employer or union member to pressure someone to either join, not join or leave a union.

Freedom of Association is recognised as a human right in New Zealand and is covered by the Bill of Rights Act 1990.

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