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Jurisdictional strike

 

Jurisdictional strike

A jurisdictional strike is a term in


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In Australia, jurisdiction strikes are called demarcation disputes.

Jurisdictional strikes occur most frequently in the United States in the construction industry. Construction unions frequently resolve those disputes through a privately created adjustment system.[3]

[2] barring such strikes.injunction to resolve such jurisdictional disputes and authorized the General Counsel of the NLRB to seek an National Labor Relations Board empowered the National Labor Relations Act to the Taft-Hartley amendments to refer to their claims to represent workers who perform a certain type of work and the right of their members to perform such work.) The jurisdiction use the term Labor unions ([1]

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