the chief executive.
A union strike is when union members (workers) stop working and often protest outside the building while the union leaders bargain collectively with the employer.
Workers can settle with the employer or not enough workers voted for strike.
Workers strike because certain demands are not being meet.
workers strike because they did not get what they wanted
The Chinese workers went on strike so the leaders decided to starve them in order to carry on with the rail road.
In 1919 after WWI when the government was less willing to cooperate with workers four million workers went on strike.
The 1920 Alabama coal strike, or the Alabama Miners' Strike, was a statewide strike of the United Mine Workers of America against coal mine operators.
Ulster Workers' Council strike happened on 1974-05-28.
back then the workers' boss used to cut down the workers paychecks. so workers engaged in the pullman strike so they can get their money back. i hope this helps:)
The term "strike" began in 1798, when British sailors refused to work and lowered, or struck, their sails. From then on, workers say that they are "on strike."
labor leaders were targeted because they would urge their workers to strike during the war effort for better working conditions and higher pay. Which was illegal under these acts.
to guard against spontaneous outbreaks in numerous cities of violence against railroads and the bitter antagonism between workers and the leaders of industry, Great Railroad Strike of 1877.
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Workers were upset during the homestead strike for a number of valid reasons. Their wages were cut, mills were closed, workers were locked out. Management treated the workers very poorly.
a general strike
other workers went on strike in support
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Showed workers that organized labor was powerful.
Strike while the iron is hot! The union workers are on strike for better wages.
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Dangerous working conditions
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the reason most people go on strike is because they want a raise or the employeer isn't meeting their expectations. Workers strike either to protest alleged violations of labor law (unfair labor practice strikes) or to pressure the employer to agree to money issues in contract negotiation (economic strikes). All strikers can be replaced if they walk out. Economic strikers can be PERMANENTLY replaced.
No they wont do another strike tomorrow