Police put leaders of the Metal Workers' Union on a wanted list for organizing illegal strikes
Yeah, my husband looks just like this in a dress" Harry Potter creator JK Rowling defends Wimbledon winner Serena Williams against critics on Twitter "Unite is not going to see itself rendered toothless by passively submitting to unjust laws" Len McCluskey, head of the Unite union, changes the rules to allow activists to stage illegal strikes
"I am not charging around hoping to get some sort of cushy Brussels job" Nick Clegg, outgoing leader of the Liberal Democrats "Political parties, like nations, rise and fall.
At a time when union contractors are losing more and more market share to their non-union counterparts, for the carpenters' union to stage illegal strikes
on union sites where they had explicitly promised not to take such job actions, sends the wrong message altogether.
The situation is quite complex and the government's position is clear: the watchword is negotiations away from anarchy and illegal strikes
," Essid argued.
PESHAWAR -- PESCO Management has filed a writ petition in NIRC Peshawar Bench against Pakistan WAPDA Hydro Worker Labor Union CBA Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa for observing illegal strikes
Drone strikes ended but the PMLN government failed to follow up and ensure a permanent end to these illegal strikes
The leaked Ministry of Interior document suggests the ministry is searching for tenders to create surveillance software to monitor at least 26 topics, ranging from defamation of religion, calling for illegal strikes
and demonstrations to terrorism and violence.
To justify Bill 45's limits on Charier rights, the Alberta Government will likely argue that the purpose of the legislation i: to "protect the Alberta taxpayer from an illegal strike
," and establish a "more comprehensive and responsive system to respond to the threat of illegal strikes
or strikes themselves.
Contracts forbidding illegal strikes
are routinely ignored in the public sector, thus endangering the common good and encouraging more work stoppages staged for self-serving causes.
Many Bahrainis were sacked in 2011 for attending illegal protests, taking part in illegal strikes
called by the GFBTU, skipping work without the approval of their bosses to attend demonstrations or because they were facing criminal charges in connection with the troubles.
About 29,000 of its employees took part in illegal strikes
during an unprecedented spate of labour unrest to hit mines across South Africa, a country highly dependent on mining.
Two mines operated by Gold Fields have halted production through illegal strikes