go-slow


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a form of protest by workers in which they deliberately slow down in order to cause problem from their employers

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Despite the go-slow, the number of construction of firms reporting a pick-up in hiring reached a fourmonth high.
The health workers commence their go-slow, speaking of discrimination, late salary and poor working conditions.
We have started a go-slow strike, increasing the time for takeoff and landing at the airport until officials shelve a decision to scrap bonuses worth LE3,000 [about $500]," a traffic controller told MENA on condition of anonymity.
SCORES of campaigners operated a go-slow to Stanlow Oil Refinery to demonstrate their disgust at rising fuel prices.
3 August 2010 - Over 600 employees at a plant of Volvo Buses India Pvt Ltd, 70%-owned by Swedish vehicle group AB Volvo (STO: VOLV B), have started an indefinite strike after a three-month go-slow, Indian daily Business Standard reported today.
2 -- The go-slow policy of the Pakistan Airlines Pilots' Association (PALPA) continued for the ninth day on Sunday, as 13 captains and first officers refused to operate scheduled flights, incurring an estimated loss of over Rs 1 billion to Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), a PIA spokesman told Daily Times.
KARACHI, August 01, 2010 (Balochistan Times): The illegal Go-Slow of PALPA entered the 9th day as 13 Captains and First Officers refused to operate scheduled flights causing an estimated loss of over Rs.
KARACHI, August 01, 2010 (Frontier Star): The illegal Go-Slow of PALPA entered the 9th day as 13 Captains and First Officers refused to operate scheduled flights causing an estimated loss of over Rs.
TAXI drivers are planning rush-hour misery for the capital with a week of go-slow demonstrations protesting at a council policy they say is leaving them in poverty.
Disgruntled lorry drivers were poised to cause gridlock on the M6 and M27 motorways today in a series of go-slow fuel protests.
SCOTLAND'S busiest motorways are to be hit by the biggest go-slow fuel demo in years.
The locations and sizes of go-slow zones will vary by season, and their duration will always be at least 15 days.
A go-slow action staged by Egyptian air traffic controllers has ended.
O'Sullivan, beaten by Peter Ebdon's go-slow in the world championships, said: "This has been my favourite tournament of the year.
Schneider of Stanford University (who was privately contemptuous of the Bush administration's go-slow approach to global warming) reiterated the global effects predicted by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC): more frequent heat waves, more intense storms, a faster spread of disease, inundation of small island nations, species extinction and loss of biodiversity.