on-the-job action

More airport strikes in Ireland

Air traffic controllers in Ireland have voted 99% in favour of industrial action in a continued dispute over staffing.

Air traffic controllers on unofficial overtime ban

Thirty two flights were delayed at Dublin airport last night due to an unofficial overtime ban by air traffic controllers.

Wales: Paramedics in unofficial overtime ban

Ambulance crews covering south east Wales are refusing to work any overtime for four weeks to highlight staff shortages in the service.

UK: Public service strike enters second day

PCS members strike in February - from Socialist Worker

70,000 workers at Jobcentres, benefits offices, the Pension Service and Child Support Agency (CSA) are on strike for a second day over the imposition of a below inflation pay offer.

Israel: Unofficial action disrupts flights

An unofficial go-slow by airline workers has grounded a number of flights in Israel over the past week.

Royal Mail strikes suspended for talks as work to rule continues

CWU General Secretary, Billy Hayes

Royal Mail and the CWU leadership announced the suspension of strike action for three weeks for talks. Meanwhile, on the job and unofficial action continues.

UK: Coca-Cola workers strike over pay

Wakefield Coca-Cola workers fight for their rights in Feb 2007

Workers at a Coca-Cola plant have begun a 48-hour strike, followed by an overtime ban, after rejecting a below-inflation pay rise.

Postal workers to escalate strike action

Striking postal workers demonstrate

Two weeks of continuous disruption will hit Royal Mail as rotating strike action is planned by the postal workers union CWU.

The great Northampton General Hospital lie in, 1977

A short history of a successful example of creative direct action against healthcare rationing in a British hospital.

Trinidad: Nurses on work-to-rule

Public Services Association president Jennifer Baptiste-Primus

Nurses have been told to work to rule at medical institutions from today.