'Haaretz' workers discuss labor dispute ahead of strike

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October 3, 2012 17:39

 
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Employees of Haaretz newspaper met with the general management on Wednesday afternoon to discuss the potential lay off of around 80 of the paper's 400 employees.

The meeting is being held inside the paper's headquarters on Schocken Street in South Tel Aviv.

The workers, who face wide-scale layoffs in the near future, said that after the meeting ends they will launch an open-ended strike.

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