The Histadrut Labor Federation declared Thursday a labor dispute in Bezeq, Israel's largest telecommunications provider, which could lead to employee sanctions in two weeks.
The announcement followed employee complaints that management refused to negotiate a new collective labor agreement with them.
Employees were also concerned that the sale of Bezeq to Shaul Elovitch might harm their pay or benefits, and demanded proceeds of the deal from the current owners, Apax Partners LLP and Haim Saban.
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