strikebreaker


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Synonyms for strikebreaker

someone who works (or provides workers) during a strike

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In his ruling, the judge cited the strikebreaker law as one justification for granting the distributors' demand.
CFI brought in trainloads of strikebreakers and assembled a small army of gun-toting mine guards and company-paid sheriff's deputies to protect them.
SAG previously identified one nonmember strikebreaker and found six guilty of performing struck work, among them Elizabeth Hurley and Tiger Woods.
After he was laid off, this guy took a job as a strikebreaker at the New York Daily News.
The ordinance defines strikebreaker broadly as "any person who repeatedly secures or seeks to secure employment by offering to.
He defended being a strikebreaker and cited his intent to honor the shoe contract although his agent said the football star would not shoot any other spots during the rest of the strike.
One vocal First Nations strikebreaker, Florence Differ, told the local media, "If management negotiates with SORWUC, we'll walk out.
Thus the student strikebreaker became a significant factor in capital's struggle against labor.
Similarly disquieting, Harvard provided students as strikebreakers in both the 1912 Bread and Roses textile workers strike and the 1919 Boston police strike.
Sensing Chicago: Noisemakers, Strikebreakers, and Muckrakers is a unique history of the Windy City that emphases its experience to all five of the human senses.
We only saw three vans go out being driven by managers and strikebreakers.
Crown needs to send the strikebreakers home and start negotiating in earnest.
VIOLENCE erupted in Paphos yesterday when police confronted striking builders who tried to stop strikebreakers who were brought in to take over the work at a hotel construction site.