.01 CA Striker Participants
Consider a participant to be a striker when they actually refuse to provide services to their employer.
 
The following are guidelines that establish that a participant is a striker:
 
Employees are suspended from employment, but would be allowed to work when not striking.
Employees are participating in a strike. The employee is considered a striker regardless of whether they voted for the strike.
 
When a union is decertified, an employee on strike continues to be considered a striker.