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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I offer my respect to the retained stations' staff who quite rightly incorporated a no strike clause in their contracts.
As it expanded, NALGO became an increasingly assertive and militant union, engaging in national collective bargaining after World War II, putting a strike clause in its rule book in 1961, affiliating with the Trades Union Congress in 1965, and calling strikes in the 1970s.
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.
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.
It is also at least part of the reason why the MMSW high command insisted on deleting no strike clauses from all new contracts.
PKTCL offers cargo coverage as per Institute Cargo Clauses A/B/C with the optional extensions of Institute War and Strike Clauses (Cargo).