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Unformatted text preview: effort
 to
 compel
 compliance
 by
 the
 employer
 with
 the
 labor
 demands
 made
 upon
him
 • May
 or
 may
 not
 be
 accompanied
 by
 strike.
 It
 may
 be
 a
 gesture,
 preliminary
to
a
strike.
 • In
slowdown,
although
there
may
be
picketing
or
a
secondary
boycott
 in
 aid
 of
 the
 slowdown,
 it
 is
 obvious
 that
 the
 slowdown
 itself
 can
 be
 executed
only
by
the
employees
 • In
one
case,
it
held
that
a
slowdown
is
a
strike
on
the
installment
plan.
 Such
 slowdown
 is
 generally
 condemned
 as
 inherently
 illicit
 and
 unjustifiable,
 because
 while
 employees
 continue
 to
 work
 and
 accept
 wages,
they
select
what
part
of
their
task
they
care
to
perform
of
their
 own
volition
or
refuse
openly
or
secretly
to
the
employer’s
damage,
to
 do
other
work
 Article
266.
Requirements
for
arrest
and
detention.
 1. Directive
to
prosecutors
 • Circulare
 No.
 15,
 Series
 of
 1982
 and
 Circular
 No.
 9,
 Series
 of
 1986
 issued
by
the
Ministry
of
Justice
 • Fiscals
 and
 other
 governmental
 prosecutors
 are
 to
 first
 secure
 the
 clearance
 of
 the
 DOLE
 and/or
 the
 Office
 of
 the
 President
 “before
 taking
cognizance
of
complaints
for
preliminary
investigation
and
the
 filing
in
the
court
of
the
corresponding
information’s
of
cases
arising
 out
of
or
related
to
a
labor
dispute”
including
allegations
of
violence,
 coercion,
 physical
 injuries,
 assault
 upon
 a
 person
 in
 authority
 and
 other
 similar
 acts
 of
 intimidation
 obstructing
 the
 free
 ingress
 to
 and
 egress
 from
 a
 factory
 or
 place
 of
 operation
 of
 the
 machines
 of
 such
 factory,
or
the
employer’s
premises
 • Criminial
 cases
 should
 be
 suspended
 until
 completion
 of
 the
 compulsory
arbitration
proceedings
in
the
NLRC
 Chapter
I:
Stikes
and
lockouts
(cont’d)
 [Part
3.
Consequences
of
concerted
actinos]
 1. Strikers’
retention
of
employment
 Lalay
Abala.
ALS2014B.
Labor
II.
 Strikers
 remain
 as
 employees
 while
 they
 are
 on
 strike
 –
 effects
 of
 employment
are
merely
suspended.
 o Thus,
mere
participation
of
a
worker
in
a
 lawful
strike
shall
 not
 constitute
 sufficient
 ground
 for
 termination
 of
 employment,
 even
 if
 a
 replacement
 had
 been
 hired
 by
 the
 employer
during
the
strike
 • What
if
the
strike
is
illegal?
 o Generally,
 strikers
 still
 retain
 their
 jobs
 (because...
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