Campbell acknowledged the hospital was on a no-strike
list and that MSF had called during the attack to alert the US-led forces.
Fresh hints from the Prime Minister's office about inserting a no-strike
clause into the contracts of public sector workers has left the Conservatives and Lib Dems at loggerheads.
union had accepted a three year no-strike
wage agreement through to
The irony will not be lost in Grangemouth, where Ratcliffe has warned workers that the complex will only re-open if they give a no-strike
guarantee for the rest of the year.
1, contain no-strike
provisions and expire on Sept.
Nor does she mention the role the CIO played in championing what David Brody called "workplace contractualism," which exchanged unruly direct action for legal status through no-strike
policies, management prerogatives, and dues check-offs.
This time, the state Department of Transportation has offered a singularly facetious explanation: It said PLA is necessary because the MBTA's Red Line runs over the bridge, and workers not subject to the PLA-mandated no-strike
provision "could lead to service issues.
It has maintained a no-strike
pledge with our US military and has always made experienced longshore workers available to our Armed Forces, in peace and war, to speed the delivery of military cargo.
Two days after the strike commenced, an arbitrator ordered the striking concrete workers back to their jobs, ruling that the walkout was a violation of the no-strike
provision contained in their PLAs.
The disruptions are the latest in an increasingly bitter dispute over wages and job security and come as the Australian government considers introducing a no-strike
clause for the airline industry.
Ford lacks a no-strike
pledge workers agreed to at GM and Chrysler as part of their US-backed bankruptcies in 2009.
It was seen as a no-strike
bribe to prevent the streets of Birmingham becoming piled high with uncollected rubbish.