I believe recent right to work legislation has weakened the future of labor unions. In many cases it has also weakened the bond between employer and employees as well. Employers seem to respect loyalty even though they treat employees as a disposable asset. I believe right to work laws have hurt employees rights and upheld the illegal practices of employers.
So-called "Right to Work" legislation has weakened the future of labor unions because the legislation is designed to weaken those unions. By making it more difficult for unions to organize, it weakens the union in the present and obviously a weaker union has a weaker future. These laws must be changed in order for unions to have a chance.
When it comes to legislation brought by the states dealing with right to work it has weakened the future of labor unions. Right to work legislation has undermined that of labor unions because most often it has given false information about what the unions actually do for the people that are in them.
No, I do not think that the recent right to work legislation has weakened the future of labor unions, because the unions cannot have any power at all if they put their own companies out of business. The unions will be stronger now because they have to actually provide good service to get people to join it.