industrial unrest


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industrial unrest

n (Brit) → agitazione f sindacale
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He had several bridges under way in the United States, and they were always being held up by strikes and delays resulting from a general industrial unrest.
Describing exports as the lifeline for the economy as well as a very sensitive sector, the PTEA leaders said any disruption would lead to loss of productivity and jobs as well as industrial unrest.
wafanyikazi are the cause of industrial unrest," he said.
The British Airline Pilots Association (BALPA) said on Wednesday that it expected industrial unrest at Ryanair across Europe to continue for the foreseeable future.
INDUSTRIAL unrest is threatening to spread across the North Sea as workers strike for better conditions.
By EDITORIALbr Kenyans marked Labour Day on Tuesday amid several challenges, key being economic stagnation and industrial unrest. However, President Uhuru Kenyatta put a shine on the faces of low-income earners with a five per cent minimum wage increment, which, though not significant, was a gesture of goodwill.
The forum, which was held at the corporate headquarters of the airspace agency, provided an opportunity for the airspace agency team, led by Captain Fola Akinkuotu, to engage the leadership of aviation unions on how to forestall industrial unrest and examine issues bordering on non-conclusive conditions of service, poor salaries as a result of non implementation of the National Wages and Salaries Commission's approval for NAMA to operate same salary structure with Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), since 2003.
INDUSTRIAL unrest over staffing on the railways is worsening, with fresh strikes set to hit two leading train operators.
MAJOR industrial unrest is feared after Siptu unveiled plans to ballot its members over strike action.
The singer, whose real name is George O'Dowd, grew up in an era of political crises and industrial unrest.
Contributing to the debates on the decline, crisis, and mutation of the Argentine labor movement in the long term, Santella argues that labor unrest persisted among leading industries through the 1990s well into the new century, though to a lesser extent in terms of historical perspectives; that this contention should be related to the micro and macro-levels, or manufacturing, sectional, and national levels; that the relative decline of industrial unrest was the result of productive material development and hegemonic regimes; and that the decline in manufacturing contention does not imply the disappearance of the labor dispute, which finds expression in other sectors.
I HOPE Jeremy Corbyn is not thinking of going back to the bad days of strikes, industrial unrest, and the country paralysed.

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