No! Only you and your fellow employees can vote to go on strike. Before any strike can take place a 2/3 majority vote of the employees would have to authorize a strike action. This vote would be by secret ballot. But strikes are very rare. According to recent statistics from the US DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, approximately 98% of all contract negotiations result in new contracts without any strike activity.
Strikes are rare.
The IBT pays 10x your hourly wages per week, our own strike fund committee, which someone from MCC would be part of, would decide on what the members get from day one. The local subsidizes $300-400 a week.