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 policy,
the
SC
shall
remand
to
the
CA
petitions
of
this
 nature
for
proper
disposition.
 From
VA
to
CA:
Mode
of
appeal
is
Rule
43,
not
65
 Findings
of
facts
of
a
voluntary
arbitrator
 o There
 is
 no
 merit
 in
 the
 contention
 that
 only
 questions
 of
 law,
and
not
findings
of
fact,
of
a
voluntary
arbitrator
may
be
 reviewed
by
the
Court.
 Article
262­B.
Costs
of
voluntary
arbitration
and
voluntary
arbitrator’s
fee.
 Title
VIII:
Strikes
and
lockouts
and
foreign
involvement
in
trade
union
activities
 Chapter
 I:
 Strikes
 and
 lockouts
 [Part
 1.
 Regulations
 and
 limits
 of
 strike
 and
 lockout]
 Article
263.
Strikes,
picketing,
and
lockouts
 Article
264.
Prohibited
activities.
 Article
265.
Improved
offer
balloting.
 1. The
right
to
engage
in
concerted
activities
 • Among
 the
 rights
 guaranteed
 to
 employees
 by
 the
 Constitution
 and
 the
 Labor
 Code
 is
 that
 of
 engaging
 in
 concerted
 activities
 in
 order
 to
 attain
their
legitimate
objectives
 • The
 State
 can
 enact
 reasonable
 laws
 which
 can
 expand
 or
 even
 diminish
the
coverage
of
the
right
to
strike
 • A
similar
right
to
engage
in
concerted
activities
for
mutual
benefit
and
 protection
 is
 tacitly
 and
 traditionally
 recognized
 in
 respect
 of
 employers
 • Concerted
activity
by
one
 o Jurisprudentially
 defined,
 concerted
 activity
 is
 one
 undertaken
by
two
or
more
employees,
or
by
one
on
behalf
 of
 others.
 Even
 a
 conversation,
 although
 it
 involves
 only
 a
 speaker
and
a
listener,
may
constitute
concerted
activity
if
it
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Labor
II.
 has
 some
 relation
 to
 group
 action
 in
 the
 interest
 of
 employees
 2. Nature
of
strike
 • Definition
 o A
 strike
 has
 been
 defined
 as
 a
 cessation
 of
 work
 by
 employees
 in
 an
 effort
 to
 get
 more
 favorable
 terms
 for
 themselves,
or
as
a
concerted
refusal
by
employees
to
do
any
 work
for
their
employer,
or
to
work
at
their
customary
rate
 of
 speed,
 until
 the
 object
 of
 the
 strike
 is
 attained
 by
 the
 employer’s
granting
the
demanded
concession
 o In
its
ordinary
connotation,
a
combined
effort
on
the
part
 of
 a
 body
 of
 workmen
 employed
 by
 the
 same
 employer
 to
 enforce
 a
 demand
 for
 higher
 wages,
 shorter
 hours,
 or
 any
 other
 concession,
 by
 stopping
 work
 in
 a
 body
 at
 a
 prearranged
 time,
 and
 refusing
 to
 resume
 work
 until
 the
 demanded
concession
shall
have
been
granted
 o In
 its
 broad
 significance,
 it
 has
 reference
 to
 a
 dispute
 between
 an
 employer
 and
 his
 workers,
 in
 the
 course
 of
 which
there
is
a
concerted
suspension
of
employment
 o Rarely
 carried
 on
 without
 the
 concom...
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