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this is not a strike waiver question. no one waived the right. the union says they can't call a strike until they put our wage proposal on the table. I want to know if that is coming from NLRB, some other legal prohibition or just the preference of the union. Thanks. KB
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I guess I am not making myself clear.
The contract has expired and the union did not extend so strike is an option. It has been over 6 months since we came off contract. The employer is giving one or two days availability, coming late and leaving early. So members of the bargaining unit wonder why we have not moved to strike in order to get this employer to take seriously its obligation to bargain in good faith.
What our union says when we ask about strike is that it can not move to strike because neither side has financials on the table. So, I'm wondering if moving to strike w/o financials on the table would-