Definition of Economic Strike
Refusal to work because of dispute over wages, hours or working conditions or other conditions of employment. N. L. R. B. v. Transport Co. of Tex., C.A.Tex., 438 F.2d 258. An economic strike is one neither prohibited by law nor by collective bargaining agreement nor caused by employer unfair labor practices but is typically for purpose of enforcing employer compliance with union collective bargaining demands, and economic strikers possess more limited reinstatement rights than unfair labor practice strikers. N. L. R. B. v. Transport Co. of Tex., C.A.Tex., 438 F.2d 258, 262.
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