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Inside Games

Inside games are union efforts to convince employees to impede or to disrupt production— for example, by slowing the work pace, refusing to work overtime, filing mass charges with government agencies, refusing to do work without receiving detailed instruction from supervisors, and engaging in other disruptive activities such as sick-outs. Inside games are basically strikes-albeit “strikes” in which the company continues to pay the employees.

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