antistrike

antistrike

(ˈæntɪˈstraɪk)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) intended to ban, prevent, or discourage strike action by trade unions
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In the case of the health sector, where many occupations have already lost the right to strike and are deemed "essential" by the state, an antistrike union is perhaps even expected.
Earlier, union speakers warned of a "declaration of war" as the TUC pledged a rolling scheme of "ongoing action" over the new antistrike laws and vowed to defend any union attacked under them.
Our Take: The AMPTP would be unwise to bank too much on the general antistrike sentiment among WGA members.
and] might have protected labor speakers in the heyday of the antistrike injunction, or antiwar speakers in the late stages of the Vietnam War.
leaders condemn the Taylor Law's antistrike provisions and adopt a
After noting Chavez's ineffectual campaign to overturn the antistrike law in Arizona, for example, Shaw observes that, nevertheless, the "UFW's voter registration efforts led to the election of .
When the antistrike violence escalates dangerously, the strikers decide they must send their children away from Lawrence to cities where union members have agreed to shelter them for the duration.
But those who know him say that behind closed doors, his antistrike attitude might have irked managers willing to let it come to that.
98) If relied on in labor cases as they were elsewhere, these contrary doctrines could warrant denying antistrike decrees in cases where they were routinely granted.
Still, "The courts' often hostile and menacing antistrike and boycott decree scared unions into compliance and helped send them down the voluntarist, prudent, and businesslike road" (99).
The Antistrike Law passed in June 1964 did permit strikes for improved working conditions or wages, once they were authorized by a regional labor court.
59) It is doubtful that the thousands of displaced strikers received solace from the fact they had been "permanently replaced" due to employer desires to continue operations rather than "discharged" because of antistrike motivations.