Strike

Strike

Strike in the International Trade Union Rights Area

Definition of Strike provided by ITUC-CSI-IGB: The most common form of industrial action, a strike is a concerted stoppage of work by employees for a limited period of time. Can assume a wide variety of forms.

See general strike, intermittent strike, rotating strike, sit-down strike, sympathy strike, wildcat strike

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See Also

  • Civil Liberty
  • Civil Right
  • Legal Right
  • Citizen Freedom
  • Political Liberty
  • Constitutional Right
  • Political Right
  • Freedom of Speech

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  • Cartism
  • Poor Law
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Hierarchical Display of Strike

Employment And Working Conditions > Labour law and labour relations > Labour relations > Labour dispute
Employment And Working Conditions > Labour law and labour relations > Labour law > Right to strike
Politics > Politics and public safety > Trends of opinion > Civil disobedience > Hunger strike

Strike

Concept of Strike

See the dictionary definition of Strike.

Characteristics of Strike

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Translation of Strike

Thesaurus of Strike

Employment And Working Conditions > Labour law and labour relations > Labour relations > Labour dispute > Strike
Employment And Working Conditions > Labour law and labour relations > Labour law > Right to strike > Strike
Politics > Politics and public safety > Trends of opinion > Civil disobedience > Hunger strike > Strike

See also

  • Sit-in strike
  • Sympathy strike
  • Wildcat strike
  • Working to rule