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|World & Business - Finance|
|Friday, 03 August 2012 14:30|
What is a strike? A strike is usually defined as work activity stoppage by workers who claim concerns the working conditions for their mejoras.Es legitimate, and a fundamental right of citizens to defend their economic and social interests. We will analyze the impact of a slowdown in public service, for example.
Understanding the social economy as a market economy in order to compete in global market economy governed by social, we refer to the supply of competitive enterprise, to the income which allows us to measure the economic situation of a person or a country and the influence of unions on wages and employment whose decline was a result of the waning power of the strike.
To reach understandings we have a mediator organization: trade unions. Strikes and collective bargaining, both are used for parties realize that the consequence of not reaching an agreement would amount to a costly strike, But in the end who pays the strike?
We will analyze the prospects with an example, air traffic controllers' strike of December 2011. Here's a picture in the thousands of travelers, not only were without flying, but many lost so much money, having scales and having to take other flights, holidays booked, or people who could not see the family at Christmas. The privatization (in part) of Aena by the central government made the drivers to be mobilized. This cost Iberia, a major Spanish companies, between 13 and 15 million euros, which we assume also impact on their workers.
So what is our opportunity cost of a strike? Since we are all entitled to claim our rights, redundant, and not all companies take losses to avoid fire employees. We believe this news, pretty much sums up the prospects of strikes