economic strike

noun
a strike called in protest over wages, hours, or working conditions.
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If the strike is an economic strike, the employer need not terminate replacement workers when strikers seek to return to work.
On that date an economic strike commenced against the employer.
It would cover all overtly coercive conduct in the course of an economic strike, obstructing, delaying or affecting commerce.
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