strike standpoint

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I'm here to tell you about strikes and how they affect students. Strikes can affect students in many different ways.The main way strikes affect students is that not all children have access to a device to do the work on and this can lead to detentions and many other consequences for the pupils. Strikes also have some positive effects for children who struggle with mental health as as they don't have to go into the school this may make them feel more comfortable to do the work.

Strike action, also called labour strike, labour strike, or simply strike, is a work stoppage caused by the mass refusal of employees to work. A strike usually takes place in response to employee grievances. Strikes became common during the Industrial Revolution, when mass labour became important in factories and mines. An official strike is when a trade union has followed all the legal rules. This includes holding a ballot for members to vote. A strike is unofficial if a trade union does not follow the rules, or employees take action that's not authorised by a union. In an official strike, employees are protected by law.

strike, collective refusal by employees to work under the conditions required by employers. Strikes arise for a number of reasons, though principally in response to economic conditions (defined as an economic strike and meant to improve wages and benefits) or labour practices (intended to improve work conditions).

Children have been sharing their opinions on the teacher strikes which have been rolling across the UK, and how parents and carers are coping with children being off school. This is a clear indication that strikes are more likely to reduce the production of an organisation, as well as result in a firm losing customers. On the other hand, one of the consequences of strikes on employees is that they may lose their remuneration Quite often, strikes don't succeed in completely shutting down a business, not least because employers can legally hire scabs. The product may suffer, and employers may take a hit, but they can hobble along (while draining the union's bank account) because of this I feel like strike are not effective and should not be carried on.