Strike Clause

Strike Clause

A clause in a contract allowing a seller or shipper to delay delivery of a good if a strike or other collective action makes on-time delivery impossible. This reduces the risk that the seller or shipper may breach the contract due to circumstances beyond its control.
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While the ILWU has stated that work will continue as normal as we negotiate, we regret that it did not agree to a formal extension of the contract and its no strike clause and arbitration procedures for resolving workplace disputes, including the tactic of slowdowns.
I offer my respect to the retained stations' staff who quite rightly incorporated a no strike clause in their contracts.
No wonder the Government is considering a No Strike clause for workers in vital services.
It is quite clear from the proposed Bill that what would effectively be a no strike clause would effect all the public sector and quite a lot of the private sector.
It includes an anti-bullying and harassment policy; a safety net to avoid unfair dismissals and a no strike clause.
The agreement with the participating unions includes a no strike clause for the duration of the initial investment period, as well as a comprehensive job protection policy.
However, the group now has a six year labor contract at Somerset with fixed 3% increases for the employees each year, a no strike clause and work flexibility (which was the issue in dispute) incorporated into the new contract.
PKTCL offers cargo coverage as per Institute Cargo Clauses A/B/C with the optional extensions of Institute War and Strike Clauses (Cargo).