Walkout

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Walkout

The act in which all the employees of a company leave the workplace and refuse to work any longer that day. A walkout is a type of protest for better wages, benefits or other demands. It may be sustained (and therefore part of a strike) or it may be a one-off event.
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And workers have threatened further walk-outs during December and January.
Warders across the country backed walk-outs by a huge majority.
With bust-ups and walk-outs during rehearsal, Gareth takes the singers on a final bonding mission.
But the recent walk-outs have led to calls by local campaigners for what they call 'dangerous' prisoners to be placed elsewhere.
Speaking ahead of this week's review of the Good Friday Agreement, he said the walk-outs would allow him to carry out internal reforms.
It shows the lack of trust and dignity that has led to these unofficial walk-outs.
The 48-hour strike, the second in a series of weekend walk-outs by members of Aslef, was expected to affect more than 100,000 passengers.
10, is tough material, a play likely to polarize audiences across gender lines and almost guaranteed to prompt walk-outs.
During the latter period, in addition to outright violence and coercion, the military governments massively "intervened" in the labor movement (replacing its leadership with new officials appointed by the Ministry of Labor), banned strikes almost entirely, and suppressed news reports of the few walk-outs (mostly illegal) which did take place.
Fire services in the region will be implementing plans to deal with the walk-outs.
Because lawyers are not allowed to strike, they are calling the walk-outs, taking place nationally, a "training day".
The walk-outs will be the 12th round of industrial action since Easter.