jurisdictional strike

Definition of "jurisdictional strike"
  1. A labor protest initiated against a business due to a conflict with another labor union over the right to conduct specific jobs
How to use "jurisdictional strike" in a sentence
  1. The construction site was halted due to a jurisdictional strike between two unions disputing the right to operate the heavy machinery.
  2. If the issue is not resolved soon, it may cause a jurisdictional strike, stopping all production in the factory.
  3. The company faced a severe setback from the jurisdictional strike triggered by a rivalry between the assembly and packaging unions.

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