19 August 2010

Employment Alert

The rights of non-striking workers

The Constitution grants every worker the right to strike. But what is the position of those workers who do not wish to strike?

Media reports of intimidation of non-striking workers are rife, with non-striking workers being barred access to their workplace, intimidated with threats of  violence and actual violations of person and property.

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