The Florida Constitution guarantees that membership or non-membership in a union or other labor organization may not be used to deny a person's right to work, nor the right to bargain collectively through such an organization. However, the Florida Constitution also specifically denies public employees the right to strike. In Florida, the right of a work to choose to join, or not join, a union and to choose to bargain collectively is also protected by statute.
Florida Constitution, Article I, Section 6
Florida Statutes, Title XXXI, Chapter 447, Part I, 447.01–447.12: General Provisions