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Copy of Morality of Labor Strike

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April Dela Cruz

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Transcript of Copy of Morality of Labor Strike

Sec. 1. Articles 244 and 247 of Presidential Decree Number Four Hundred Forty-Two, as amended, otherwise known as the Labor Code of the Philippines, are hereby further amended to read as follows:

“Art. 244. Coverage and employees’ right to self-organization…”
Labor Strike
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What are the Basic Rights of Employees?
Types of Strikes
Is there a Right to Strike?
Sit-down strike (or sit-in)
General Strike
Sympathy Strike
Unfair labor practice strike
Jurisdictional Strike
Economic Strike
Wildcat Strike
Slow-down
Recognition Strike
In the book of Ramo Agapay, "Ethics and the Filipino", the following conditions must be present for a strike to be moral:

1. There is a sufficient and just reason for it.
2. The intended good results must be proportionate to the evil effects
3. The means employed are lawful.
Php 2.50
Saturday, August 08, 2014
Vol MA4, No. 029
Workers go on strike for different reasons:
Strike Action
Example of Labor Strikes
Morality of Labor Strike
for higher compensation
for improve the workplace
for shorter working days
to stop their wages from going down
for more benefits
because they think their company has been unfair
Describes collective action undertaken
by groups of workers in the form of a
refusal to perform work
Sit-down strike
(or sit-in)
a strike in which
workers show up
to work

General Strike
- a strike affecting all areas of
a labor force across many industries,
typically throughout an entire country
or a large section thereof

Sympathy Strike
- strike initiated by workers in one
industry and supported

Unfair labor
practice strike
- an action by an employer that is believed to be inimical to the interest of an employee
organization

Jurisdictional Strike
- a concerted refusal to work undertaken by a union to assert its members’ right to particular job assignments and to protest assignment of disputed work to members of another union or to unorganized workers

Economic Strike
- based on a demand for better wages or benefits than the employer wants to provide
Wildcat Strike
- against the will of the leadership of the union, or without a union
Slow-down
- form of work stoppage in which employees deliberately reduce their individual production

Recognition Strike
- kind of strike forcing employers to recognize and deal with them
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