Industrial Action Item 4: Indefinite or Periodic Stoppages of 4 Hours

Updated 22/04/2016

The industrial action

Action 4: Indefinite or periodic stoppages of 4 hours.


How to implement this industrial action

This action can be taken by ceasing all work for a period of four hours (240 minutes) and then resuming again.


What are my rights and responsibilities in relation to protected Industrial Action?

Read the article on Members' Rights At Work to get more information about your rights and responsibilities when taking Protected Industrial Action.


Industrial Action Checklist
Legally you must comply with very specific requirements before commencing industrial action, otherwise you will not be protected and may suffer adverse actions from your employer. This means you need to follow the exact industrial action as authorised by our Protected Action Ballot. In particular check:
  • The employer has been given 72 hours notice that you will be undertaking the specific industrial action.
  • The action you take is exactly as described on this page.
  • Ring the union and ask your organiser if you are unsure.


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