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The union representing Northwest Airlines flight attendants Monday appealed a federal judge's ruling that stops the union from striking.
The company succeeded in this plan, hiring a total of 440 workers (including 40 previously striking employees who crossed the picket line).
PHI suspended new pilot hiring on November 10, 2006, because the union stated on that date that the striking pilots would return to work unconditionally.
On Wednesday, the striking workers forced city officials to shut 22 of the city's 59 swimming pools because of inadequate staffing, and the Los Angeles Police Department said it was deferring most cases that needed fingerprint specialists.
Northwest has hired about 1,200 replacement workers to take over for the striking mechanics.
From this finding they again argue that the propensity to striking is best explained by the failures of managerial and supervisory staff, though this is speculative given the small number of local studies available.
News From USW: Members of United Steelworkers (USW) bargaining team at Goodyear today concluded a week-long tour to striking plants across the U.
Turning aside UMW President Mitchell's pleas to avoid striking, the locals one by one voted to participate in a regional walkout.
Northwest also said it may consider permanently hiring workers who are replacing the striking mechanics.
Some striking workers have crossed the picket lines, and others have found new jobs, but UFCW leader Rick Icaza said Lockyer's lawsuit could help shift the momentum.
But their contract states they can only continue with their normal duties, not the work of striking employees, except in emergencies involving health and safety.
70) Thus, strikingly, Afro-Caribbean cultural identity proved to be both the cement that held a multi-class Jamaican community together around the striking workers and, in the end, the issue which divided the community, apparently along class lines.