You have searched for "walkout"
Showing 1-10 of 55
The director-general of the World Trade Organization says the collapse of the group's recent meeting in Mexico doesn't mean that multinational negotiations are doomed, and asked China to use its influence to help smooth the way toward new talks.
A group of labor unions at Japan's top airline company called off a planned one-day strike Thursday that would have affected about 18,000 passengers, officials said.
U.S. Airways Group, which has asked a bankruptcy judge to void its labor contracts, will seek a court injunction prohibiting strikes by disaffected unions.
Asiana Airlines, South Korea's second-largest carrier, said flights were operating normally Wedneday after fewer than half of its unionised pilots went on a one-day strike.
Airline pilots went on a brief strike and haven't ruled out a bigger one. Medical workers threatened a walkout but called it off. Angry laborers have gathered at noisy union rallies, criticizing the government and clamoring for justice.
Management and union leaders at South Korea's Asiana Airlines headed into talks Wednesday as the carrier braced for more disruptions to its international and cargo services from a pilots' strike that stretched into a fourth day.