Clalit complementary medicine employees, management to negotiate

Clalit complementary med

October 28, 2009 15:35


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The Knesset Labor, Social Affairs and Health Committee on Wednesday persuaded Clalit Health Services and a committee representing its complementary medicine workers to negotiate seriously after a two-month partial strike in its Sheba clinics. Committee member MK Haim Katz insisted that talks regarding the workers' rights take place. The two sides will meet on Sunday, and the committee will convene to hear about progress in two weeks. The employees, who use homeopathy, Feldenkrais, acupuncture, shiatsu and medical massage, claim that they are not paid enough and only on a per-treatment basis, and do not receive either monthly salaries or social benefits.

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