Definition of "no-strike"
  1. Refers to a clause within a labor agreement that forbids workers from participating in work stoppages or strikes
How to use "no-strike" in a sentence
  1. The union, having agreed upon a no-strike clause, will resolve their disagreements using other methods.
  2. Because of the no-strike clause, the disgruntled workers continued their work despite their dissatisfaction.
  3. While negotiating the contract, the employers heavily insisted on including a no-strike provision.

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