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Work Stoppages
Work stoppages involving 1,000 or more workers, June 2011
Organizations involved and location Industry code (1) Beginning date Ending date Number of lost workdays Number of workers (4) Days idle
This month (2) Cumulative for this work stoppage (3) This month (5) Cumulative for this work stoppage (6)

National Football League Management, Interstate,
National Football League Players Association
(Private Industry)

711211
3/12/2011
22
78
1,900
41,800
148,200

Mason Contractors Association,
St. Louis, MO,
Bricklayers Local 1
(Private Industry)

238140
6/1/2011
22
22
1,000
22,000
22,000

Mechanical Contractors Association of Kansas City,
Kansas City, MO,
Pipefitters Local 533
(Private Industry)

238220
6/1/2011
6/8/2011
6
6
1,500
9,000
9,000

Plumbing and Mechanical Contractors Association of Milwaukee,
WI,
United Association/Steamfitters Local 601
(Private Industry)

238220
6/30/2011
1
1
2,500
2,500
2,500

Stoppages beginning in month: 3

5,000
33,500

Stoppages in effect in month:   4

6,900
75,300

Footnotes:
(1) Industry code is from the 2007 NAICS (North American Industry Classification System).
(2) The length of the work stoppage during the month as measured in weekdays, Monday through Friday, excluding weekends and Federal holidays.
(3) The cumulative length of the work stoppage as measured in weekdays, Monday through Friday, excluding weekends and Federal holidays.
(4) The BLS rounds figures to the nearest 100. Companies and unions may have rounded the figures before providing BLS the data.
(5) Days idle during this month is measured by multiplying the number of lost workdays this month by the number of workers involved in the work stoppage.
(6) Cumulative days idle is measured by multiplying the cumulative number of lost workdays by the number of workers involved in the work stoppage.
(7) Ongoing work stoppage.

 

Access the following tables containing data on work stoppages involving 1,000 or more workers:

  • Detailed monthly listing, 2021 (XLSX)

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Last Modified Date: February 8, 2012