Translation of industrial action in Spanish:

industrial action

noun

British
formal

  • 1

    huelga o cualquier otra medida de presión ejercida en un conflicto laboral
    • The unions are in close talks with each other about organising industrial action against the war.
    • Last month consultants appeared to be on the brink of industrial action over the lack of a new national deal.
    • He warned of tough negotiations ahead and said they could not rule out the prospect of industrial action.
    • Several thousand workers will start voting today and industrial action could begin next month.
    • The union said that while its members had voted for full industrial action, no dates had yet been set for strikes.
    • The protest will consider further industrial action if the pay rise is not granted.
    • They are saying they don't just want a vote for industrial action, but for strike action as well.
    • Then the union will have to give the employers seven days' notice of any industrial action they intend to take.
    • The illegal industrial action was a protest against the growing trend of privatisation.
    • The union is currently balloting its members on industrial action short of a strike.
    • The workers have voted nine to one for industrial action, which will include working to rule and an overtime ban.
    • He refused to rule out the possibility of a ballot for fresh industrial action.
    • Today, you would find scarce mention of a strike or industrial action in the media.
    • Mr Tray insisted that neither he nor his members wanted to strike or take any other form of industrial action.
    • It is not clear what action the pilots might take, but industrial action has been ruled out.
    • They say this could lead to industrial action by public sector unions, and even possible strikes by staff.
    • Orkney may be affected by fire service strikes this winter if industrial action gets enough support.
    • This is a one-day strike, but we are prepared to take further industrial action until our claim is met.
    • Passengers could be left stranded in two months' time if drivers decide to stage industrial action.
    • When the drivers walked out it was the first industrial action on the area's buses for 14 years.