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what is it called when one labor union strikes in solidarity with another in another place? does it have a name?

Asked by nomtastic (919 points ) November 26th, 2006
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AriellaCG's avatar
It could be a sympathy strike
AriellaCG's avatar
I think that a sympathy strick is the closest to what you are looking for
evander's avatar
sympathy or solidarity strike--I've heard both used
sarahclif's avatar
sympathy strike if it's with the same employer and solidarity strike if not?
QuizMaster's avatar

Secondary Picketing. (That’s the British name anyway).

Famously, Margaret Thatcher made it illegal.

mammal's avatar

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CaptainHarley's avatar

Sympathy Strike.

Some courts have held that a sympathy strike or walkout is not in violation of a no strike clause in an employment contract. Honoring a picket line is the most common form of sympathy strike. Workers who honor legal primary pickets at their place of employment may be replaced but not disciplined. A worker who honors a primary, economic picket may be permanently replaced.

There is considerable case law on the topic.

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