strikes

Virgin Islands sports coach wildcat gets results

School sports coaches in St Thomas, in the US Virgin Islands in the Caribbean have ended their four month long wildcat strike.

Unions end week of Alitalia wildcat strikes

Workers for airline Alitalia at Rome's main airport have agreed to call off a week of unofficial industrial action following a request from unions.

Jobcentre staff begin 48 hour strike

Thousands of Jobcentre staff across the country began a 48 hour strike today, over job cuts by the Department of Work and Pensions.

'Leaded/Unleaded'- the story of the 2004 Beirut general strike now online

In 2004 a general strike was called in the Lebanon against rocketing prices and poor social provision. During demonstrations the army opened fire killing five.

Scandinavian pilots' wildcat stoppage spreads

Hundreds of flights have been cancelled and tens of thousands of passengers stranded as the Scandinavian airlines pilots' wildcat strike continues to spread and enters its third day.

Berlusconi could send in military against Alitalia wildcat strikers

Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi hinted yesterday at sending in the military to break up wildcat strikes which have paralysed Alitalia, the Italian national airline.

Possible railway strike during 2006 world cup

German railway workers may strike over plans by the German government to split up the state-owned rail operator Deutsche Bahn.

London: Warden walk out threat

A walkout by Hackney's 70 traffic wardens has moved a step closer after they agreed to ballot for strike action in a dispute over pay and late-night working.

Government bans Indian Toyota strike

Bangalore: The State Government has prohibited the workers' strike at Bidadi plant of carmaker Toyota Kirloskar Motor Private Ltd. and has referred all issues such as the sacking of three union activists by the management, this subsequent strike by the employees and the lockout to additional labour court for adjudication.

India Toyota: 1,000 return to work

Bangalore: Over 1,000 employees affiliated to the Toyota Kirloskar Motor Union today resumed work after tendering a modified version of the 'good conduct declaration' prepared by the management.