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Wildcat Strike

A strike that employees take in small or large groups without the authorization of union representatives. This may happen when the employees believe both the union and the employer are treating them unfairly. Wildcat strikes are illegal in the United States. See also: Winter of Discontent.

wildcat strike

see STRIKE.
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Unauthorized strikes, Z, have the least volatile influence on the attitude function and a rather small impact that declines from the earliest years and then settles into the .
These tests indicate that worker attitudes as revealed by worker attitude indicators (grievances, unresolved grievances, unauthorized strikes, and quits) have substantial effects on the cost of production and corresponding (dual) effects on total factor productivity.