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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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Should Lufthansa management not make concessions, the union will carry out a threat to stage more walkouts until Nov 13, it said.
The walkouts are the latest to be called in a national pensions row.
The next phase of industrial action by the Fire Brigades Union takes place today and tomorrow after firefighters staged a five-hour walkout yesterday.
The move comes weeks after the NUT staged a walkout, and raises the prospect of disruption to thousands of schools.
The move comes just weeks after the NUT staged a national walkout, and raises the prospect of widespread disruption to thousands of schools in England and Wales in the summer term.
MERSEYSIDE academics staged a two-hour walkout in a row over pay.
Members of the Public and Commercial Services (PCS) union will stage a half-day walkout until lunchtime, which officials said will disrupt the start of the new tax year.
Germany's second-busiest airport, was stroked by UFO, Munich, with an 11-hour walkout that starting at 1pm (midday Irish time).
The timing and extent of the walkouts would be annouced late Wednesday, he added.
The NUT took part in a walkout over pensions on June 30 last year, which was after the exams period, as well as joining the TUC's national day of action on November 30.
A court called an end to walkouts by airfield staff at Frankfurt, bringing to a close three weeks of walkouts at Europe's third busiest airport in an increasingly bitter row over pay and conditions.
The Unite, GMB and Usdaw unions announced a series of walkouts for 12 days starting on January 17.