Eini: Struggle for contract workers is only beginning

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November 7, 2011 12:05

 
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Histadrut chairman Ofer Eini said that the struggle for contract workers' rights is only beginning, speaking hours after a court injunction ended a general strike.

"We are steadfast to continue in order to reduce the phenomenon," Eini said, adding that the Histadrut hopes the government and the employers will take advantage of the coming days that the labor court gave in order to conduct intensive and real negotiations and to reach agreements," Army Radio reported.

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