poststrike

poststrike

(ˌpəʊstˈstraɪk)
adj
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) of or relating to the period after a (workers) strike
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In the case of nonquantitative assessment data such as a poststrike mission report, however, precision is a direct function of the specificity of detail included in the report text.
The pre-strike and poststrike measurements are made using a standard electrician's Ohmmeter, with a test voltage of 10 V DC.
Vomeronasal nerve transection has been shown to reduce the probability of eliciting a strike (Alving & Kardong, 1996), and suturing closed the oral ducts leading to the vomeronasal organs produced complete cessation of strikes (Graves & Duvall, 1985), making assessment of the effects of vomeronasal deprivation on poststrike behaviors difficult.
Functional plasticity of the venom delivery system in snakes with a focus on the poststrike prey release behavior.
Planning for SC effects needs to be incorporated into the targeting cycle regarding poststrike influence activities, a role for which the Intelligence Community is poorly prepared.
Poststrike investigations revealed that the assessment was almost certainly wrong.
Angels center fielder Steve Finley played eight seasons with Ken Caminiti on the Houston Astros and San Diego Padres, spanning the prestrike and poststrike eras.
2% during the quarter ended August 14 in the wake of margin-sapping efforts to build poststrike sales in southern California.
This implies that the poststrike increase in payroll dispersion is cause d not by the wealthy clubs leaving others behind but rather a few low-revenue teams falling further behind the average.
What we see in women's poststrike lives are the less visible yet myriad niches where politics - often a deeply personal politics of daily life - may be negotiated.
Nevertheless, workers do have a meaningful -- if arguably incomplete -- right to strike in that (i) they cannot be fired for the act of striking; (ii) they can return to work at any point until permanent replacements have assumed their positions; and (iii) in the event that such replacements have been hired and the union does not secure a return-to-work agreement, they have the right to preferential reinstatement -- with full seniority and benefits -- for jobs that open up in the poststrike period.
That is, a long-range mission might carry a single GBU-32 and fuel; a poststrike reconnaissance pass in a high-threat area might carry a photo pallet as well as an advanced self-protection package.