Strikes: a refusal to work organized by a body of employees as a form of protest, typically in an attempt to gain a concession or concessions from their employer.
Strikes are a type of protest used for fair pay, better working conditions, etc. Strikes are ok, but not everything or everyone should go on strike. Every worker has to make sure they are getting equal rights, fair/reasonable pay, and better working conditions. For example, educators can go on strike if they are in unsafe work conditions and environments. Meanwhile, if you want to go on strike for personal use, like if your CEO or boss won't let you use some more of your vacation days because you just used half a day ago. Also, strikes can have a lasting impact on humanity.
In 2020, we saw many healthcare workers go on strike due to freeze pays. That same year, we saw what covid did to the world. Many different hospitals were understaffed and were packed to capacity with sick covid patients. Many healthcare workers are still on strike since many hospital boards have not responded to all the nurses' strikes. Now, lots of the healthcare staff that did not go on strike are under loads of stress due to the healthcare worker shortage.
Also, many other people have been struggling due to strikes. It shouldn't be this way as I see strikes are good in certain moments, but when it comes to other people's lives too, the government should consider what their workers want. Like raising pay, giving workers better working conditions, and giving fair/equal rights to all workers. That way numerous workers, especially healthcare workers, won't have to go on strike, and risk their pay and their jobs. As well, that way, the people who need them the most will not be affected by their strikes and protest.