unconstitutional strike

unconstitutional strike

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a stoppage of work which violates the dispute procedure agreed between the employer and the trade union or trade unions concerned
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Representative for California, Ro Khanna - submitted the bill named "No Unconstitutional Strike Against North Korea Act," last week, according to Congress.
2 Sisters also claim that all employees who were dismissed had taken part in illegal and unconstitutional strike action.
The firm said its own investigations had found no evidence for racial abuse and has repeatedly asserted that Unite's claim that the workers were sacked for challenging racism in the workplace is false, saying the workers were instead dismissed for their involvement in unconstitutional strike action.
Any claim that the dismissals or unconstitutional strike action were related to an alleged racial incident that took place earlier in the year is ridiculous.
However, by the 1960s strong criticisms of industrial relations in the car industry, the docks, shipbuilding and engineering were made because of the high incidence of unofficial and unconstitutional strikes.
The established structure of bargaining was being "challenged from above" - by governments who were concerned with inflation, wage drift and the growth of unofficial and unconstitutional strikes and "challenged from below" - by the power of shop stewards and workgroups.