Court stenographers strike to end in next few days

Court stenographers stri

December 7, 2009 23:02


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Court stenographers will return to work in the next few days, following a month-long strike, Army Radio reported on Monday. According to the principles of the deal that was ironed out by the Histadrut Labor Federation and Finance Ministry, the stenographers will receive a salary raise, depending on seniority, that will reach up to 25 percent. Government officials expect the court employees to return to work before the deal is officially signed, in order to prevent any further disruptions in the court system.

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