I'm watching a lecture by Robert B Reich.
He's talking about a hypothetical case in which Bob, a CEO of some corporation, wants to "move the US plant to a non-union state" to reduce wages.
I understand that the benefit, for employers, is that since employees aren't organized in a union, they have less bargaining power over their employers.
My question is:
What are "non-union states"?
Are these states (in the US) that don't allow workers to unionize? But I've read that there's a "National Labor Relations Act (NLRA)" that guarantees the right of workers to unionize, so this can't be...