Strikers who engage in serious misconduct in the course of a strike may be refused reinstatement to their former jobs. This applies to both economic strikers and unfair labor practice strikers. Serious misconduct includes, among other actions, violence and threats of violence. Examples of serious misconduct that could cause the employees involved to lose their right to reinstatement include the following:
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