job action

Definition of "job action"
  1. A short-term behavior carried out by workers while at work, intended to demonstrate dissent and encourage concessions to their requirements
How to use "job action" in a sentence
  1. The workers threatened a job action if their demands for better pay were not met.
  2. In response to unfavorable working conditions, a job action was initiated by the employees.
  3. Due to the job action, productivity at the factory decreased significantly.

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